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Education Research Conferences Program Call for Proposals
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AERA’s Research Conferences 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 on issues that have been largely unexplored, or develop innovative research methods or techniques that can contribute more generally to education research. The program aims to foster the accumulation of knowledge, enhance dissemination, encourage innovation, and advance studies of the highest quality in education research.

Call and Guidelines for Proposals

Proposals for the 2021 Education Research Conferences Program Call are now being accepted. All materials must be submitted using the AERA online application portal by 11:59pm EST on Friday, February 26, 2021.  

Questions about the call should be directed to EdResearchConference@aera.net.

 
 
Education Research Service Projects Call For Proposals
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The American Educational Research Association invites proposals for the Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) program. This initiative aims to encourage education researchers to offer their professional expertise on a pro bono basis to educational organizations, institutions, or identifiable community groups in areas where research can matter. The ERSP program welcomes applications from education researchers who seek to provide research skills, knowledge, methods, and related services to educational entities that have specifically identified and expressed a need for such assistance (e.g., childcare supports or services, schools, school systems, colleges and universities, and community organizations).

Call and Guidelines for Proposals

Proposals for the ERSP Call must be submitted using  the AERA online application portal by 11:59pm Pacific Time on Friday, January 8, 2021.  

Questions about the call should be directed to edresearch@aera.net.

 
 
Education Research Service Projects Special Call For Proposals
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AERA's Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) initiative is seeking proposals for projects focusing on the COVID-19 and systemic racism pandemics. The deadline for submissions for the AERA Special Call has passed.

 
 
AERA Education Research
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AERA pursues projects, initiatives,  and activities to advance the field of education research, promote cutting-edge lines of study, and deepen knowledge about education research as a discipline, profession, and field.

Key activities include:

  • The AERA-ICPSR PEERS Data Hub, created by AERA and the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), is designed to be a collaborative space for diverse STEM education research communities to build and advance knowledge through sharing innovative ideas, methods, and tools. Read more
     
  • The AERA-NAEd Assessment of Education Research Doctorate Programs, a National Science Foundation-funded study of 569 education research doctorate programs in 96 participating U.S. institutions. The assessment will yield critical data and findings that can be used to establish benchmarks and quality criteria to advance and improve education research doctorate programs nationally. Read more
     
  • AERA’s Research Conferences Program, which awards grants for conferences intended to break new ground in substantive areas of inquiry, stimulate new lines of study on issues that have been largely unexplored, or develop innovative research methods or techniques that can contribute to education research. Read more
     
  • AERA’s Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) program, which is designed to encourage education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other community groups that have identified and expressed a need for such assistance. 
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What is Education Research?
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Education research is the scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes. Learn more

 
 
AERA-Spencer Study on the Impact of COVID-19
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In April 2020, AERA and the Spencer Foundation announced that they are undertaking a study of the impact of COVID-19 on early career scholars and graduate students in education research—the most professionally vulnerable of the field. Read the news release

 
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