For Immediate Release:
February 10, 2016
Tony Pals, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Victoria Oms, email@example.com
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WASHINGTON, D.C., February 10– Research on special education, non-cognitive skills, degree completion, educational inequality and more appeared in the 10 most popular journal articles published by the American Educational Research Association in 2015. Based on the number of times they were accessed online, the following were the most popular AERA research articles published in 2015.
(Full articles can be accessed at no cost through the links below. All files are PDF.)
In addition to the preceding list of the top 10 articles, AERA also announced the top 10 articles accessed for each of the association's seven peer-reviewed journals. Those can be viewed below.
American Educational Research Journal
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics
Review of Educational Research
Review of Research in Education
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