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Education Research Conferences Program Call For Proposals - Deadline: February 26
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AERA is seeking proposals for the 2021 Education Research Conferences Program. This program awards grants of up to $35,000 for conferences intended to break new ground in substantive areas of inquiry, stimulate new lines of study, or develop innovative research methods or techniques. The submission deadline is February 26, 2021. Read the Call.

 
 
COVID-19 Turned Parents into Proxy Educators; New Research Examines the Stress It Caused
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A study published in Educational Researcher finds that roughly 51 percent of all parents surveyed in March and April had at least one child struggling with distance learning and were themselves experiencing significantly higher levels of stress. Read more

 
 
AERA and NAEd Statement in Support of Anti-Racist Education
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AERA and the National Academy of Education jointly released a statement in support of anti-racist education, in collaboration with endorser scientific societies. Read more 

 
 
Projecting the Potential Impact of Covid-19 School Closures On Academic Achievement
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A study published in Educational Researcher provides preliminary projections of the impact of COVID-19-related school closures in spring 2020 on student learning. Read more and watch study coauthor Megan Kuhfeld discuss major findings and implications of the study.

 
 
AERA Applauds New OSTP Appointments
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AERA applauds President-elect Joe Biden’s appointment of Eric Lander as Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Director and Alondra Nelson in the new role of OSTP Deputy Director for Science and Society, and welcomes the elevation of OSTP to Cabinet-level.

 
 
AERA Comment on Mob Attack on U.S. Capitol
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“The American Educational Research Association is horrified by this attack on our democracy; the violence wrought to the heart and soul of all humanity; and the unconscionable acts that threaten the safety of our elected officials, their staffs, and law enforcement and Capitol building workers." Read the full statement by AERA Executive Director Felice J. Levine. 

 
 
AERA Releases NCES Priorities for 117th Congress, Biden Administration
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AERA has joined ASA, COPAFS, and PAA in releasing their joint priorities for the National Center for Education Statistics for the 117th Congress and Biden administration. Learn more

 
 
Study: Teacher Performance Measures May Penalize Black Educators
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A new study published in EEPA found that by not adjusting for school and classroom factors outside the control of educators, classroom observation scores for Black teachers in Chicago Public Schools unfairly penalize them for being more likely to teach in schools in low-income neighborhoods with students who are academically disadvantaged. Read more

 
 
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