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Most-Read AERA Journal Articles of 2014

Research on value-added models, community colleges, instructional practices, MOOCs, and more appeared in the 10 most popular journal articles published by American Educational Research Association in 2014. Read the articles »

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Evaluating the Impacts of "New" Performance Funding in Higher Education
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Labor Market Returns to Sub-Baccalaureate Credentials: How Much Does a Community College Degree or Certificate Pay?
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English Language Learners’ Limited Access to Advanced College-Preparatory Courses 
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SBS Campaign Launches 2015 Activities 
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Obama Releases Budget for FY 2016



Congress Considers Changes to FERPA 
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Study: Little Evidence That Executive Function Interventions Boost Student Achievement
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AERA Announces 2015 Fellows
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Early Childhood Programs Found to Significantly Lower Likelihood of Special Education Placements in Third Grade
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14 "toll-free" articles in new Trending Topic Research File: Value Added Models
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14 "toll-free" articles in new Trending Topic Research File: Bullying Prevention and School Safety
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