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Study: Algorithms Used by Universities to Predict Student Success May Be Racially Biased
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Predictive algorithms commonly used by colleges and universities to determine whether students will be successful may be racially biased against Black and Hispanic students, according to new research published today in AERA Open. Read more

 
 
Study: Teacher Perceptions of Chronically Absent Young Students May Add to the Challenges of Missing School
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A new study finds that early elementary school teachers report feeling less close to chronically absent students and view them less positively, even when those students do not cause trouble in the classroom. Read more

 
 
President Janelle Scott Seeks Ideas for 2025 Annual Meeting Presidential Program—Deadline July 26
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The 2025 Annual Meeting theme—“Research, Remedy, and Repair: Toward Just Education Renewal”—“calls us to consider how we can work across disciplinary, epistemological, and methodological orientations to forge deeper connections in our field that can speak to the challenges we face in education and in our imperfect multiracial democracy.” Learn more 

 
 
In Memoriam: 2015–16 AERA President Jeannie Oakes
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By Linda Darling-Hammond, Michelle Renée Valladares, and Kevin Welner  

AERA 2015–16 President Jeannie Oakes, 81, died on April 25. Read more

 
 
Dr. Felice J. Levine to Step Down as AERA Executive Director in June 2025
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Dr. Felice J. Levine has decided to step down as AERA’s Executive Director effective June 15, 2025, after leading the association since 2002. Read the announcement from Levine and AERA President Janelle Scott.

 
 
2024 Annual Meeting Presidential Address, Opening Plenary, Award Lectures, and Other Recordings Released
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Eleven videos of prominent sessions from the 2024 Annual Meeting are now available for open-access viewing on the AERA website.

 
 
New Editor Team to Take Helm of AERJ
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AERA has announced the new editor team for the American Educational Research Journal for the 2025–2027 volume years. Read more

 
 
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