James D. Anderson to Deliver 2014 Brown Lecture

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James D. Anderson (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), noted expert on American education history and desegregation, has been selected to present the 2014 Brown Lecture on October 23.
2014 Award Winners in Education Research

AERA announced the winners of its 2014 awards for excellence in education research. The recipients will be honored at an awards ceremony at the AERA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Read more
Education Research Headlines
Students Reading E-Books Are Losing Out, Study Suggests
The New York Times, April 10, 2014
Students’ reading comprehension, researchers found, was higher when they read conventional books.

Academic Gap in Athletics Spending
Inside Higher Ed, April 9, 2014
Last year, the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team's academic performance was so bad they were flat-out banned from the postseason.

Chinese Students in the Classroom
Inside Higher Ed, April 9, 2014
Chinese undergraduate students face challenges in adapting to American classroom practices and expectations but draw on personal, social, institutional, and technological resources to respond to these challenges.

Differences Between Urban, Rural Life May Impact College Choices
Daily Toreador, April 9, 2014
Where a student goes to college and if someone pursues a higher education at all may be determined by where someone grew up.
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