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Study: Jumps in Elementary School Violence Linked to Increased Student Transfers, Especially Among More Advantaged Students
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New research finds that student exposure to violent crime in urban elementary schools is linked to higher transfer rates, with students ineligible for free- or reduced-price meals and students from safer neighborhoods more likely to leave than their less advantaged peers. Read more

 
 
2020 Brown Lecture Delivered by William F. Tate IV
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The 2020 Brown Lecture—“The Segregation Pandemic: Brown as Treatment or Placebo?”—was given on October 22 by William F. Tate IV, provost and executive vice president of academic affairs at the University of South Carolina, and a leading expert on the intersections between education, society, and public health. View the program. Watch the webcast.

 
 
AERA and NAEd Statement in Support of Anti-Racist Education
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AERA and the National Academy of Education jointly released a statement in support of anti-racist education, in collaboration with endorser scientific societies. Read more 

 
 
Study: Free-College Programs Have Led to Large Enrollment Increases at Two-Year Institutions
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A study of 33 public community college promise programs, or free-college programs, across the United States found that they are associated with large enrollment increases of first-time, full-time students—with the biggest boost in enrollment among Black, Hispanic, and female students. Read more

 
 
Interactive Presentation Gallery Deadline Extended: December 31
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To help 2020 Annual Meeting authors take full advantage of the features of the new Interactive Presentation Gallery, AERA has extended the submission deadline to December 31. Watch the video recordings of demonstration sessions. Read the Highlights story. Read the Facts & Opportunities sheet to learn more.

 
 
Projecting the Potential Impact of Covid-19 School Closures On Academic Achievement
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A study published in Educational Researcher provides preliminary projections of the impact of COVID-19-related school closures in spring 2020 on student learning. Read more and watch study coauthor Megan Kuhfeld discuss major findings and implications of the study.

 
 
Education Research Conferences Program Call For Proposals; Deadline: February 26, 2021
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AERA is seeking proposals for the 2021 Education Research Conferences Program. This program awards grants of up to $35,000 for conferences intended to break new ground in substantive areas of inquiry, stimulate new lines of study, or develop innovative research methods or techniques. The submission deadline is February 26, 2021. Read the Call.

 
 
Education Research Service Projects Call For Proposals; Deadline: January 8, 2021
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AERA invites proposals for the Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) program. This initiative aims to encourage education researchers to offer their professional expertise on a pro bono basis to educational organizations, institutions, or identifiable community groups in areas where research can matter. Submission Deadline: January 8, 2021. Read the Call for Proposals

 
 
Call for Nominations for AERA Fellows Program—Deadline Extended: December 15
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AERA members are encouraged to submit nominations for education researchers who have made significant scientific or scholarly contributions to the field to be honored as an AERA Fellow.  Submit your nominations by December 15. Read the Call for Nominations.

 
 
AERA-NSF Grants Program Extended Proposal Deadline: December 15
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The AERA-NSF Grants Program is currently accepting proposals for both its Dissertation and Research Grants. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Program provides dissertation grants to graduate students and small research grants to doctoral level scholars using large-scale data sets in their research. Learn more

 
 
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