Does Student Race Affect “Gifted” Assignment?
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In a new study from AERA Open, the authors found that when black students are taught by a black classroom teacher, the racial gap in gifted assignment largely disappears. Read more

 
 
AERA Announces Most Read Education Research Articles of 2015
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Research on special education, non-cognitive skills, degree completion, educational inequality and more appeared in the 10 most popular journal articles published by AERA in 2015. Read more

 
 
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K. Ann Renninger Discusses the AERA Book Interest in Mathematics and Science Learning 


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Measurement Matters: Assessing Personal Qualities Other Than Cognitive Ability for Educational Purposes

 
 
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AERA 2016 Election - Voting Opens February 10
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Darling-Hammond, Simmons Announced as Annual Meeting Speakers
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AERA, ICPSR, and COSSA Provide Comments on Revisions to Common Rule
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