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Study: Jumps in Elementary School Violence Linked to Increased Student Transfers, Especially Among More Advantaged Students
New research finds that student exposure to violent crime in urban elementary schools is linked to higher transfer rates, with students ineligible for free- or reduced-price meals and students from safer neighborhoods more likely to leave than their less advantaged peers. Read more

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Violent crime leads more affluent students to switch schools
District Administration, November 17, 2020

PROOF POINTS: Evidence increases for writing during math class
Hechinger Report, November 16, 2020

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Thanksgiving Message From AERA Executive Director Felice J. Levine
We enter this Thanksgiving season during one of the most traumatic times in modern history. Difficult as these hardships have been for far too many, this is a time of gratitude and reflection. Read more

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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. Read More

 
 
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Tony Pals, Director of Communications, (202) 238-3235

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AERA speaks out on broader matters of society-wide concern, when appropriate and supported by the evidence base. These major issues have included racism, homophobia, and other forms of hatred; gun violence; and race conscious college admission policies, among others. Click here to view the collection of AERA statements on major issues. 

 
 
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