Education Research Service Projects
 
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AERA’s Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) program encourages education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other community groups that have identified and expressed a need for such assistance. The ERSP program provides small grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 to defray direct costs involved in these projects. Additional information about the ERSP program, including the scope and nature of ERSP projects, the application process, and the review criteria, is in the Call and Guidelines for Proposals.

Proposals are currently being accepted. Submissions must be sent to edresearch@aera.net as an e-mail attachment no later than 11:59pm Eastern Time on Thursday, December 14, 2017.


   
 
 
ERSP in the News
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AERA Awards 11 Education Research Service Projects Grants
AERA Highlights, March 2017
Eleven projects have been selected to receive awards through AERA's Education Research Service Projects (ESRP) initiative. Read more

AERA Awards 11 Education Research Service Projects Grants
AERA Highlights, March 2016
Eleven projects have been selected to receive awards through AERA's Education Research Service Projects (ESRP) initiative. Read more

AERA Awards 11 Education Research Service Projects Grants
AERA Highlights, April 2015
Eleven projects were selected in February to receive awards through AERA’s Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) initiative. Read more

AERA Makes Nine Grants through ERSP Initiative
AERA Highlights, April 2014
Nine projects were selected in February 2014 to receive awards through AERA’s Education Research Service Projects initiative. Read more

AERA Makes First 12 Grants Through New ERSP Initiative

AERA Highlights, March 2013
In February 2013, twelve projects were selected to receive awards through the Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) initiative. Read more

Education Research Service Projects: A New AERA Initiative
AERA Highlights, April 2012
AERA has launched the Education Research Service Projects (ERSP), a new initiative to encourage education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other community groups in areas where research can make a difference. Read more

 
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