New Research on Effects of Early Childhood Education
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 Children who participate in high-quality early childhood education programs before entering kindergarten later experience fewer special education placements, decreased grade retention, and improved high school graduation rates compared with peers who do not participate, according to new research published in Educational ResearcherRead more

 
 
WATCH: "School Discipline: Issues of Equity and Effectiveness"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Russell Skiba analyzes school discipline reform and discusses how to best develop and maintain safe, productive, and equitable learning climates for all students.

 
 
WATCH: "The Opportunities and Challenges of Early Child Care and Education"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Deborah Lowe Vandell examines the short- and long-term benefits of early care and education as well as the factors that impede program effectiveness.

 
 
WATCH: "Early Education and the Brain: Making Novel Connections"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Bruce McCandliss examines new insights into the connections between brain science and early educational success.

 
 
WATCH: Commemorating 150 Years of NCES
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On November 15, AERA, the American Statistical Association, and the Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics held the discussion forum "The National Center for Education Statistics: Commemorating 150 Years of Innovation--And Exploring Future Opportunities."

 
 
WATCH: "The Limits of Schooling, the Power of Poverty"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Charles Payne explores research evidence challenging the persistent idea that schools can have little influence on children coming from poor homes and neighborhoods.

 
 
WATCH: "Supporting College Student Access and Success"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Bridget Terry Long discusses the state of college access and success in the U.S. and evidence-based ways to better support students striving for a postsecondary credential.

 
 
WATCH: "Educating Immigrant Students and Emergent Bilinguals"
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AERA Centennial Lecture: Patricia Gándara discusses how the historically fraught relationship between the U.S. and immigrant communities has impacted the way we treat immigrant languages.

 
 
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