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Message from Division VP
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August 2016

Kadriye Ercikan
kadriye.ercikan@ubc.ca

Dear Colleagues,

I hope that you all had a chance to enjoy a break from work and conferences and reenergize in the summer. The AERA 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington DC seems only a short while ago, yet most of you must have just completed your submissions for the 2017 AERA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. The conference will start on Thursday, April 27, and end on Monday, May 1, 2017. This year’s theme is "Knowledge to Action: Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity”.  Educational measurement and research methodology can play an important role in documenting and addressing educational inequity and I expect our Division to make important contributions to this theme.  In the 2017 conference, I look forward to presentations and discussions of measurement and data construction methodologies, approaches for developing and evaluating programs, and statistical models that help provide insights and inform decisions about educational inequities and for narrowing achievement gaps. 

 

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Click here for a guide to graduate programs in educational measurement, courtesy of NCME.


New postings for summer internships in research methods and measurement are now available.
 
 
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Division D recognizes distinguished contributions to the field with four different awards: the Award for Significant Contribution to Educational Measurement, the Outstanding Quantitative Dissertation Award, the Robert L. Linn Distinguished Address Award, and the Early Career Award in Measurement and Research Methodology. Please click on the link above to learn more about each of these awards and how to nominate someone for each award.
 
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