Recent Research

Selectivity and the College Experience
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Toward the Education Nation? Revisiting the Impact of Financial Aid, College Experience, and Institutional Context on Baccalaureate Degree Attainment for Low Income Students
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Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Experiences Among Middle School Youth
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The Community College Route to the Bachelor’s Degree
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AERA Highlights

Key Members Elected to AERA Council 
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AERA Speaks Out Against Unprecedented Cuts to NSF Social Science Funding 
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Review of Research in Education Examines Education Language Policies 
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For more news and information about education research and AERA, check out the latest issue of AERA Highlights


AERA Selects James D. Anderson to Deliver 2014 Brown Lecture
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AERA Announces 2014 Award Winners in Education Research
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AERA Appoints Inaugural Editors for AERA Open
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True for Your School? How Changing Reputations Alter Demand for Selective U.S. Colleges 
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The March issue of Educational Researcher includes two feature articles, as well as three reviews/essays. 
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Briefings & Events

2014 Annual Meeting
April 3-7, 2014, Philadelphia, PA
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Photo galleries from recent AERA events:
2013 Brown Lecture

2013 Fall CCM Meeting

More News and Resources:

AERA Launches Trending Research Topics Webpage
The AERA Trending Research Topics page highlights published research from AERA peer-reviewed journals on major education topics currently making headlines. Articles are provided here at no cost to help inform and enhance public discussion, media coverage, and policy development. 
Common Core State Standards
Early Education

NRC Panel Issues Recommendations on Common Rule
A National Research Council panel released a report this month urging that federal regulations that protect human research subjects clarify the review process for social and behavioral science research. AERA Executive Director Felice J. Levine served on the panel.
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Fisher v. University of Texas
AERA Executive Director Comments on the U.S. Department of Education’s Post-Fisher Guidance
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Fisher Resources
AERA's amicus brief, links to relevant research, and additional press materials are available on AERA's Fisher resource page.

AERA Out Front on Bullying Prevention
AERA continues to keep out front on raising awareness and understanding of the issue and the recommendations issued in the report by AERA’s Task Force on the Prevention of Bullying. 
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Non-Tenure-Track Faculty in U.S. Universities: 
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Rethinking Faculty Evaluation: 
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Education Research Headlines
Paying for College: Experts Gather in Search of New Models
The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 15, 2014
The Lumina Foundation has made college attainment its primary focus. One major impediment to its "big goal" of increasing "the proportion of Americans with high-quality college degrees, certificates, or other credentials to 60 percent by 2025" is the cost of college. 

New State-Level Latino College-Completion Numbers Released
Education Week, April 15, 2014
For a snapshot of how Latino students are doing when it comes to finishing college, Excelencia in Education on Tuesday released 53 fact sheets and an online interactive tool showing degree completion in each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

Students Reading E-Books Are Losing Out, Study Suggests
The New York Times, April 10, 2014
Students’ reading comprehension, researchers found, was higher when they read conventional books.

Academic Gap in Athletics Spending
Inside Higher Ed, April 9, 2014
Last year, the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team's academic performance was so bad they were flat-out banned from the postseason.
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Fact Sheet
Reporters' Resource

AERA staff link reporters with education researchers who represent a range of research interests, from early childhood  education to education policy and analysis, and can serve as sources for background information or quotes. 
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