AERA Insider - May 1, 2017
 
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AERA17 Insider
May 1, 2017

Welcome to the final day of the AERA Annual Meeting. This final AERA17 Insider will provide tips on key sessions and events, as well as other Annual Meeting resources and highlights you won't want to miss.

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In this Issue:

Equal Educational Opportunity, Neighborhoods, and Geospatial Dimensions of Schools and Schooling
Interactions Between National and International Learning Assessments
AERA Open Business Meeting
Back to the Future: Reconsidering Resegregation of American Schools and Educational Opportunity
Democratic Education, Race, and the Classroom: Content and Pedagogy in a Diverse Society
Mexican American Educational Experiences and the Historical Struggle for Equal Educational Opportunity: A Critical Conversation
Today's Live-Streaming Sessions
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Resources
2017 Annual Meeting Sponsors
AERA would like to extend a special thank you to our 2017 sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors

- American Institutes for Research
- Routledge


Gold Sponsor
- SAGE Publishing

Bronze Sponsors
- AccessLex
- IDRA
- National Institute of Education, Singapore
- NORC at the University of Chicago


Reception Sponsor
- UTSA
 




 
Today's Highlights

Equal Educational Opportunity, Neighborhoods, and Geospatial Dimensions of Schools and Schooling


10:35 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level
Room 301 A&B

Link to Session

This session will highlight the shifts in our knowledge of the challenges to equal educational opportunity in light of neighborhood research and examinations of neighborhood effects. It will focus on the uses and barriers to geospatial research in unpacking critical issues related to schools, students, and families. Session participants include Micere Keels (University of Chicago) and Odis Johnson (Washington University in St. Louis).


Interactions Between National and International Learning Assessments


10:35 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, 303 A&B

Link to Session

Some countries in Latin America have their own assessments and also participate in International assessments such as PISA and TERCE from OREALC/UNESCO. It is important to compare these assessments and verify that they are giving essentially equivalent information. The session also aims to show the importance of these assessments and their relation to the quality of education. Their existence is crucial for the development of educational goals. The session will consist of presentations by four panelists focusing on different countries in Latin America (Brazil, Chile and Peru) and providing an international comparative perspective as well as national reflections. The focus of the symposium will be on the interaction between cross country analysis and national studies. Panel members will discuss the implications of international assessments of student learning for national policy and assessments. Session participants include Claudia Victoria Matus (Agencia de Calidad de la Educacion), Ruben Klein (Fundação Cesgranrio), and Pablo Zoido (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).


AERA Open Business Meeting


9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Grand Hyatt San Antonio
Fourth Floor
Texas Ballroom Salon A

Link to Session

The AERA Open Business Meeting provides a time for AERA members to discuss important issues regarding education research and the work of AERA. Members are encouraged to attend this meeting convened by AERA President Vivian L. Gadsden.


Back to the Future: Reconsidering Resegregation of American Schools and Educational Opportunity


12:25 p.m. - 1:55 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, 303 A&B

Link to Session

In this session, education scholars discuss their research on school racial composition and share their unique perspectives on exploring the challenges of providing educational opportunities to all students. Panelists will consider the costs and benefits of segregated and desegregated schooling and discuss new directions for education research and policy in this area. Session participants include Tabbye Maria Chavous (University of Michigan), Jeanne M. Powers (Arizona State University), Roslyn Arlin Mickelson (University of North Carolina – Charlotte), and Jomills H. Braddock (University of Miami).


Democratic Education, Race, and the Classroom: Content and Pedagogy in a Diverse Society


12:25 p.m. - 1:55 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level
Room 301 A&B

Link to Session

In this session, participants will focus on critical issues around teaching and curriculum in relation to three areas: advancing our understanding of culture, language, race, class, gender, and other forms of difference; creating pedagogical approaches that engage ideas that are deemed uncomfortable; and examining classroom content that promotes students’ engagement with historical and contemporary problems. It will address questions of what counts as knowledge, whose knowledge counts, for whom does the knowledge count, and with what expected goals and outcomes in a diverse society? Session participants include Kenneth M. Zeichner (University of Washington), David O. Stovall (University of Illinois at Chicago), Cynthia Cruz (University of California, Santa Cruz), and A. Lin Goodwin (Teacher College, Columbia University).


Mexican American Educational Experiences and the Historical Struggle for Equal Educational Opportunity: A Critical Conversation


2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, Room 301 A&B

Link to Session

This session examines the struggle for equal educational opportunity by Mexican Americans over time, space and in different regions of North America. This session specifically engages in a critical conversation with a group of accomplished historians of education whose work explores how Mexican Americans have struggled for equal educational opportunities over time. Panelists will present an overview of their research on the history of Mexican American in the United State and relate it to the notion of educational opportunity and elements of the Coleman Report. The session will also include time for questions from the audience to allow for connections from the past and to present conditions. Session participants include Vilma Ortiz (University of California – Los Angeles), Laura K. Munoz (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi), Mario Rios Perez (Syracuse University), Edward Telles (Princeton University, and David G. Garcia (University of Michigan – Ann Arbor).


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