International Commission on Physics Education (ICPE)
Commission internationale sur l'éducation en physique (CIEP)
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1960, as a Commission (C 14) of C-XC2768 - International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). Also referred to as IUPAP Commission on Physics Education -- Commission de l'UIPPA sur l'éducation en physique. Currently serves as an internal commission.
Promote information exchange in the general field of physics education, including: the collection, evaluation, coordination and distribution of information education in the physical sciences at all levels; information relating to the assessment of standards of physics teaching and learning; suggesting ways to improve facilities for physics studies, stimulating experiments and giving help to physics teachers.
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