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Media coverage of AERA and AERA-published research



How School Social Media Accounts Put Student Privacy at Risk
Tech & Learning, November 30, 2022

Teachers felt more COVID anxiety than healthcare workers, study finds
LA School Report, November 28, 2022

‘It Killed My Spirit': How 3 Teachers Are Navigating the Burnout Crisis in Education
NBC Washington, November 22, 2022

South Florida 100: As Thanksgiving approaches, take stock of what you're thankful for
South Florida Sun Sentinel, November 18, 2022

Teachers ‘More Stressed Out Than Healthcare Workers’ During Pandemic, Study Says
The US Express News, November 17, 2022

Teachers reported more depression, anxiety compared with other workers during pandemic
Healio, November 17, 2022

Teachers ‘More Stressed Than Healthcare Workers’ During Pandemic, Study Says
Forbes, November 17, 2022

How the stress of campus life is eased with a university-approved emotional support animal
Inlander, November 17, 2022

Teachers experienced high anxiety during the pandemic, November 16, 2022

Mental health of teachers, teens takes big COVID-19 hit
CIDRAP News, November 16, 2022

Anxiety alert: Teachers are more stressed out than frontline workers
District Administration, November 16, 2022

Teachers experienced more pandemic anxiety than healthcare workers, study says
UPI, November 15, 2022

Editorial: A world without affirmative action
The Brown and White, November 15, 2022

Anxiety higher for teachers than healthcare, office workers during pandemic
K-12 Dive, November 15, 2022

Pandemic Anxiety Was Higher for Teachers Than for Health-Care Workers
Education Week, November 15, 2022

Teachers Felt More COVID Anxiety than Healthcare Workers, Study Finds
The 74, November 15, 2022

Student data privacy compromised in UK, at risk in US
Biometric Update, November 14, 2022

Experts debate report claiming $700 billion needed to fix learning loss from pandemic closures
The Christian Post, November 10, 2022

Study: School Facebook Pages May Compromise Student Privacy
Government Technology, November 10, 2022

Report: Schools’ Facebook Posts May Violate Student Privacy
IT Security News, November 9, 2022

Unified Sports Level the Playing Field for Students With Disabilities
Education Week, November 8, 2022

Study Shows Millions of Student Privacy Breaches on Social Media
THE Journal, November 7, 2022

How Is White Supremacy Embedded in School Systems Today? A Scholar Explains
Education Week, November 3, 2022

Northwestern faculty reflect on Supreme Court affirmative action cases, discuss past and future of race in college admissions
The Daily Northwestern, November 2, 2022

Fed’s Education Research Board Is Back. Here’s Why That Matters
Education Week, November 2, 2022

School Facebook Pages and Privacy Concerns: What Educators Need to Know
Education Week, November 2, 2022

Study: Schools’ Facebook posts may violate student privacy
K-12 Dive, November 2, 2022

Affirmative Action Hangs in Doubt
SHRM, November 1, 2022


New Guide Pairs Research and Policy on Recruiting, Retaining Teachers of Color
Education Week, October 31, 2022

More Virginia colleges make SAT, ACT exams optional
Virginia Mercury, October 31, 2022

Affirmative action: What to know about the Supreme Court cases
ABC News, October 30, 2022

A guide to the amicus briefs in the affirmative-action cases
SCOTUS Blog, October 29, 2022

UW works to increase diversity within faculty
The Badger Herald, October 28, 2022

AERA Releases Handbook on Teachers of Color and Indigenous Teachers
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, October 27, 2022

How Listening to Student Voices Improved Learning Outcomes at 16 NYC Schools
The 74 Million, October 26, 2022

Could a different method of teaching address low education scores?
ABC News, October 25, 2022

Historic declines in national test scores highlight pandemic learning loss
The National Desk/Sinclair Broadcast Group, October 24, 2022

Math Scores Fell in Nearly Every State, and Reading Dipped on National Exam
The New York Times, October 24, 2022

How to diversify America’s teaching corps
The Washington Post, October 21, 2022

Online school put US kids behind. Some adults have regrets.
AP News, October 21, 2022

Early Elementary School Start Times May Not Harm Kids' Grades
U.S. News & World Report, October 18, 2022

Study: Federal Fiscal Aid Insufficient to Offset Student Learning Loss
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, October 14, 2022

Study: Earlier start times have little impact on elementary performance
K-12 Dive, October 14, 2022

Earlier School Times Don’t Hurt Elementary Students’ Learning, Research Shows
Education Week, October 13, 2022

Early start times OK for elementary schools, study finds
EdSource, October 13, 2022

Four In Five Students Say Their Education Suffered During Lockdown
Forbes, October 12, 2022

Academic Recovery for K-12 Students to Cost $700 Billion
U.S. News & World Report, October 11, 2022

Federal aid won’t make up for students’ COVID-19 learning loss, study shows
The Washington Times, October 11, 2022

COVID-19 pandemic aid more than $300 billion short for dealing with student learning loss, study shows
USA Today, October 11, 2022

Schools Need Billions More to Make Up for Lost Learning Time, Researchers Argue
Education Week, October 11, 2022

$700B: That’s How Much It Will Cost to Fix Pandemic Learning Loss, Study Says
The 74 Million, October 11, 2022

Study: $190B in ESSER funds ‘insufficient’ to curb learning loss
K-12 Dive, October 11, 2022

What researchers learned about online higher education during the pandemic
The Hechinger Report, October 6, 2022

IC community expresses doubt in national college ranking system
The Ithacan, October 5, 2022


Opinion: The Power of Charter Schools and their Positive Impact on American Public Educational Facilities and Systems
The Trinity Tripod, September 27, 2022

'There's only so far I can take them' – why teachers give up on struggling students who don't do their homework
Yahoo! News, September 26, 2022

Why we’re still fascinated by college rankings
CNN, September 20, 2022

PROOF POINTS: Shop class sometimes boosts college going, Massachusetts study finds
The Hechinger Report, September 19, 2022

Study: Unmitigated School Choice May Lead to Racial Segregation Due to Different Parental Preferences
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, September 13, 2022

New school year won’t be without its challenges
The Independent, September 9, 2022


Teachers Will Boycott First ‘Optional’ Day Of LAUSD’s Extended School Year, Union Says
California Political Review, August 31, 2022

Survey: Use of print-only materials in classrooms likely to dwindle
K-12 Dive, August 29, 2022

Limited Help From New College Board Tool
Inside Higher Ed, August 29, 2022

Teachers Will Boycott First ‘Optional’ Day Of LAUSD’s Extended School Year, Union Says
LAist, August 26, 2022

Educational media can expand young readers’ access to informational text
K-12 Dive, August 24, 2022

Children Can Benefit From Learning Foreign Language
Oakdale Leader, August 22, 2022

Tips to help kids learn a foreign language
The Journal, August 16, 2022

Individualized math program shows promise for pandemic learning recovery
K-12 Dive, August 16, 2022

Make Title IX Policies More Student-Friendly
Inside Higher Ed, August 15, 2022

Start the School Year With Purpose. Here Are 5 Priorities
Education Week, August 12, 2022

"The Psychological Power of the Word 'Free'"
Inside Higher Ed, August 11, 2022

New Research: Summer Learning Boosts Math Performance, College Graduation
The 74 Million, August 10, 2022

Parents encouraged to talk to schools about students’ math progress
K-12 Dive, August 10, 2022

Teachers prefer using mastery learning to close learning gaps
District Administration, August 3, 2022


When institutions cheat, they get a pass
The Daily Pennsylvanian, July 28, 2022

The Movement to End Homework Is Wrong
The New York Times, July 25, 2022

Want to Support English-Learners? Prioritize SEL, New Study Finds
Education Week, July 21, 2022

Schools eye more dynamic summer programs to curb learning loss
K-12 Dive, July 20, 2022

Research highlights positive impacts of math-focused summer learning
K-12 Dive, July 20, 2022

Seven questions to ask before pursuing a new grant
Nature, July 14, 2022

When an Idea to Expand Access Backfires
The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Edge, July 13, 2022

3 Major Takeaways From Schools With 4-Day Weeks
Fatherly, July 8, 2022

Assessment Still Lagging Amid Education’s Evolution
Education Today, July 7, 2022


The Interesting Effects 4-Day Weeks May Have on School Climate
Education Week, June 30, 2022

Why do school vacations in Italy last three months?
Wanted in Rome, June 10, 2022

Opinion: Test scores help predict student success
The Carolina Journal, June 6, 2022

Summer can be fun and educational for students
The Brunswick News, June 1, 2022


Student Loan Debt, Equity and Forgiveness
Inside Higher Ed, May 31, 2022

PROOF POINTS: How do you find a gifted child?
The Hechinger Report, May 31, 2022

Prevent summer learning loss with these Genesee County programs
The Davison Index, May 27, 2022

'Kick off to Summer Reading' at Hempfield Area aims to keep students learning over the summer
Trib Live, May 25, 2022

Amid Literacy Crisis, CA Ed Chief Rejects Phonics-Driven Approach to Reading
The 74, May 24, 2022

ChattAcademy to be first dual immersion school for middle, high schoolers
Chattanooga Times Free Press, May 23, 2022

5 Reasons to Consider Community College
U.S. News & World Report, May 19, 2022

NMHED Collaborates With Colleges And Universities To Adapt To Population Changes And Economic Needs
Los Alamos Daily Post, May 19, 2022

GSA: How A Club Saves Students’ Lives
The Ludlow Cub, May 19, 2022

More focus needed on reasons for school absence, study finds
The Sunday Post, May 18, 2022

Study: Promise Programs Affect College Spending
Inside Higher Ed, May 18, 2022

The Buffalo Shooting Brings to Light Why the Great Replacement Theory Is a Danger to Us All
Ebony, May 17, 2022

The return of business travel: A look at the trends
The Points Guy, May 17, 2022

Are High School GPAs Rising? Should You Care?
Inside Higher Ed, May 16, 2022

More time on research means lower scores for students – study
Times Higher Education, May 11, 2022

Campus safety and 2024 centennial hot-button issues at D202 board meeting
The Daily Northwestern, May 10, 2022

PROOF POINTS: Seven questions for Jennifer Randall
The Hechinger Report, May 9, 2022

What is a Flipped Classroom?
Tech & Learning, May 4, 2022

How Principals Can Boost Effectiveness of Instructional Coaches
Education Week, May 3, 2022


Concerns Raised Over Reading Recovery’s Long-Term Effects
Education Week, April 29, 2022

3 Counterintuitive Findings About Motivation That Teachers Can Use
Education Week, April 24, 2022

Initiative supporters say Nevada has outgrown its county-based school districts
Las Vegas Sun, April 24, 2022

New research shows controversial Reading Recovery program eventually had a negative impact on children
APM Reports, April 23, 2022

To Learn, Students Must First Fail
Psychology Today, April 14, 2022

Rod Watson: Want more teachers of color? You have to prepare them first
The Buffalo News, April 6, 2022

Study Examines Racism Faced by Faculty of Color in Teacher Education Programs
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, April 4, 2022

Seven days to celebrate your library
Abilene Reporter News, April 3, 2022


The truth about gifted programs
Santa Fe New Mexican, March 31, 2022

How I build relationships with students using instructional audio
eSchool News, March 30, 2022

Report suggests 'invisible tax' levied against Black male educators
K-12 Dive, March 25, 2022

Normandale rebrands program to train Black male teachers
Insight News, March 24, 2022

‘There are Systemic Barriers’: Black Engineer Sets Ambitious Goal to Graduate 10,000 Black Engineers by 2025
Yahoo! NewsMarch 23, 2022

American Educational Research Association Announces 2022 Fellows
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, March 1, 2022


Dr. Tyrone Howard Voted AERA President-Elect
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, February 25, 2022

School discipline causes lasting, harmful impact on Black students, study finds
Los Angeles Times, February 9, 2022

FL Community Colleges Zero In on Dropout Prevention
Public News Service, Febuary 8, 2022

Students of color persist in STEM despite racial stereotypes, my research shows
Washington Post, February 6, 2022

Ward: Will Texas teacher shortage get worse?
Longview News-Journal, February 5, 2022

The San Francisco school board recall is a test run for mayoral control
San Francisco Chronicle, February 4, 2022

Phone Apps and Ebooks Make It Easy to Read Aloud to Your Kids
Yahoo, February 1, 2022 (syndicated in The 74 Million)

Why community college students quit despite being almost finished
The Conversation, February 1, 2022


Guest Opinion: We need a thinking system of education
Courier Times, January 28, 2022

‘Teaching has always been hard, but it’s never been like this’ – elementary school teachers talk about managing their classrooms during a pandemic—Coverage of AERA-supported research
The Conversation, January 26, 2022

Proof Points: Combining remote and in-person learning led to chaos, study finds
The Hechinger Report, January 17, 2022

Petting cats and dogs for minutes, what does it do to your body?
OI Canadian, January 1, 2022



Want to get students engaged? Consider career-based classes
The Optimist Daily, December 30, 2021

DN Debate: "Digital texts more than just a copy of printed text"
Dagens Nyheter, December 27, 2021 

Proof Points: 2021 Year in Review
The Hechinger Report, December 20, 2021

The Cost of Summer
Blue Ridge Public Radio, December 14, 2021

Tech & Learning Top 6 Research Stories of the Year
Tech & Learning, December 10, 2021

UW System likely to remain ACT/SAT test-optional for 2 more years
Wisconsin Public Radio, December 9, 2021

The 10 Most Significant Education Studies of 2021
Edutopia, December 9, 2021

Graduate faster, learn less
The Hechinger Report, December 6, 2021

A critical time: Small handful of educators losing jobs for lessons linked to race, not CRT
USA Today, December 4, 2021

How school shootings hurt student achievement and enrollment
The Journalist's Resource, December 2, 2021


Academic gains, new ideas and empathy: What's at stake when the books students can read are restricted
USA Today, November 21, 2021

Superintendent turnover runs high in largest school districts
Las Vegas Sun, November 21, 2021

New Study Casts Doubt On Lotteries’ Power to Improve Diversity
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, November 9, 2021

Are Admissions Lotteries a Good Way to Boost Racial Diversity in Higher Education Enrollments?
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, November 8, 2021

Admissions as a Game of Chance? New Research Says Lotteries Could Decrease Diversity
The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 3, 2021

Admissions Lotteries Wouldn’t Yield Diversity
Inside Higher Ed, November 3, 2021

What if College Admissions Relied on Random Lotteries? Fewer Black, Low-Income, and Male Students Would be Accepted, New Study Finds
The 74, November 3, 2021

Random Lotteries Would Hurt Equitable Admissions, Study Finds 
Yahoo!News, November 3, 2021

How would lottery admissions at selective colleges change their student bodies?
Higher Ed Dive, November 3, 2021



Students Who Take Political Science More Likely to Vote
Inside Higher Ed, October 26, 2021

Problems With NYC’S Gifted and Talented Program Shared Across the Country — Along With Fears for Gifted Ed’s Future
The 74 Million, October 25, 2021

Studying political science motivates college students to register and vote – new research shows
The Conversation, October 25, 2021

Black teacher workforce declined sharply as Michigan students left city districts — study
Chalkbeat Detroit, October 18, 2021

Kindergartners In low-income schools move less and wait more, study shows
Times News Network, October 14, 2021

Teaching: Your Pandemic Teaching Tips
The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 14, 2021


How better funding can increase the number and diversity of doctoral students
The Conversation, September 28, 2021

What almost 150 studies say about how to motivate students
Hechinger Report, September 27, 2021

Productive failure makes learning 2x faster, study shows
Yahoo!Finance, September 21, 2021

Opinion: Schools Should Embrace the Hybrid Work Model
Psychology Today, September 17, 2021 

‘We Did Not Prepare Them’: More Black Students Are Needed In STEM, Educator Says State and Parents Must Do Better to Improve Readiness
Atlanta Black Star, September 17, 2021

Study: Productive Failure a Success in Education
Tech & Learning, September 16, 2021

Opinion: SVVSD needs to ensure support for LGBTQ students, families
Times-Call, September 12, 2021

Girl, 12, punished after report
Sandusky Register, September 10, 2021


When schools shut down: How education interruptions can hurt student achievement
The Journalist's Resource, August 28, 2021

‘What a Distraction’: More Research on Common Core Points to Meager Academic Gains
The 74, August 24, 2021

New Study Shows Latinx Students Attend Class More if the Teacher Is Latinx
BeLatina, August 24, 2021

Students that cuddle with dogs have improved well-being and are less stressed, study finds
Daily Mail, August 18, 2021

Pandemic limits Milestone results in Richmond, Columbia counties, as anticipated
The Augusta Chronicle, August 17, 2021

Congress Gave Schools $110 Billion in Aid, But Added This Rule About Spending It
Yahoo!News, August 11, 2021 

Rural Communities Can Bring Grads Home
Swift County Monitor-News, August 11, 2021 

High school students who attended school remotely during the pandemic report worse social, emotional, and academic well-being
PsyPost, August 10, 2021

What a Rural Corner of America Can Teach Us All About Community and Resilience
Time, August 6, 2021 

Masks on in live classes in Jericho schools this fall
Syosett Advance, August 5, 2021

Petting therapy dogs enhances thinking skills
Vet Candy, August 2, 2021

Opinion: Merit pay boosts student success
Laurinburg Exchange, August 2, 2021 



Our 11 Best Education Articles from July: Plummeting School Enrollment, Fearing a ‘Second Pandemic’ of Student Trauma, Educators Overwhelmed By Critical Race Theory Furor & More
The 74, July 28, 2021

Online school may be a virtual solution but can leave students suffering emotionally and socially
Daily Sun, July 27, 2021

New findings on college-access work during the pandemic, rural-suburban STEM disparities, and improving transfer
The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 28, 2021

Reading on Screen vs. Print: New Analysis Thickens the Plot on Promoting Comprehension
Education Week, July 22, 2021

Prioritizing Learning Time Post-Pandemic
Forbes, July 22, 2021

Social Studies: The wages of politics, sports specialization, and the problem with intercoms
Boston Globe, July 21, 2021

Marginal gap observed between students attending high school in person vs remotely
South India News, July 18, 2021

New Research: Flipped Classrooms Improve Student Academics and Satisfaction
Tech & Learning, July 16, 2021

Remote Learning Hurt High School Students Academically, Emotionally
HealthDay, July 16, 2021

Interacting with dogs relieves stress for students
La Prensa, July 15, 2021

Remote Students of all Races, Incomes Suffered During Pandemic
U.S. News & World Report, July 14, 2021

High Schoolers Who Took Remote Classes During Pandemic Experienced a “Thriving Gap,” According to Duckworth-Led Study
The 74, July 14, 2021

6 ways to beat COVID’s academic and emotional ‘Thriving Gap’
District Administration, July 14, 2021

Study finds thriving gap between students who attend high school remotely vs. in person
Yahoo!life, July 14, 2021

Texting interventions increased during the pandemic, but are they worth the investment?
K-12 Dive, July 14, 2021

Rural American students shift away from math and science during high school, study finds
Hechinger Report, July 12, 2021


How video can help ease workers’ transition back into the office
Tech Collective, June 30, 2021 

Editorial: State sweetens the pot for summer youth readers
The State Journal, June 24, 2021

Gifted education programs don’t benefit Black students like they do white students
The Conversation, June 24, 2021 

New Research: Therapy Dogs Reduce College Stress, Improve Executive Functioning
Tech & Learning, June 24, 2021

Opinion: Keep children engaged and learning this summer with technology
Ames Tribune, June 22, 2021

Opinion: The time has come to stop assigning letter and number grades
Hechinger Report, June 17, 2021

A School Discipline Double-Take: How Catherine Lhamon Could Turn Back the Clock With a Renewed Focus on Persistent Racial Disparities — and Ignite New Feuds
The 74, June 15, 2021

How the national test-optional experiment played out at US colleges
Higher Ed Dive, June 8, 2021

Khan Academy founder shares tips on summer learning
"CBS This Morning"/Yahoo News, June 1, 2021


How to choose the right preschool for your child and what to expect to pay
AsiaOne, May 29, 2021

There’s a massive child-care worker shortage and the market can’t fix it
Washington Post, May 26, 2021

Study: Dogs help college students more than stress management classes
UPI, May 20, 2021

How Dogs Are Helping Stressed-Out College Students
U.S. News & World Report, May 19, 2021

Why reading comprehension is deteriorating
Hechinger Report, May 17, 2021

Where Do Public Research Universities Recruit?
Inside Higher Ed, May 17, 2021

Could dog therapy be key to help failing students?
University Business, May 17, 2021

For Stressed-Out College Students, Petting Therapy Dogs Has Long-Lasting Benefits
Smithsonian Magazine, May 14, 2021

The Therapeutic Tool That Works Better Than A Stress Management Program - A Dog
Forbes, May 13, 2021

Study: Therapy Dogs Helped At-Risk Students' Coping Skills
Inside Higher Ed, May 13, 2021

Therapy dogs help to ease students’ worries at a stroke
The Times, May 12, 2021

Test-optional policies didn’t do much to diversify college student populations
Hechinger Report, May 10, 2021

Colleges are moving away from standardized tests to increase diversity, but it isn’t working
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 7, 2021

William Tate IV named next president of LSU, becoming first Black university president in SEC
WDSU News, May 6, 2021

Researchers Agree the Pandemic Will Worsen Testing Gaps. But How Much?
Education Week, May 4, 2021

Breakfast After the Bell programs reduce school absenteeism
The Conversation, May 3, 2021

PROOF POINTS: Robert Slavin championed the use of scientific evidence to figure out what works in education
Hechinger Report, May 3, 2021


How New Common Core Research Connects to Biden’s Plans for Children and Families
Education Week, April 29, 2021

Colorado’s public colleges may be going test optional. Will it help more students graduate?
Chalkbeat, April 28, 2021

PROOF POINTS: Later school start time gave small boost to grades but big boost to sleep, new study finds
Hechinger Report, April 26, 2021

Should Video Lectures Be the New Normal in Higher Ed?
Behavorial Scientist, April 26, 2021

Gifted Education Comes Up Short for Low-Income and Black Students
Education Week, April 23, 2021

‘High-Surveillance’ Schools Lead to More Suspensions, Lower Achievement
Education Week, April 21, 2021

Gifted programs provide little to no academic boost, new study says
Hechinger Report, April 19, 2021 

Test-Optional Admissions Yields Benefits
Inside Higher Ed, April 19, 2021

PISA Report: A Growth Mindset Can Lead to Better Student Outcomes
Tech & Learning, April 15, 2021

A switch to test-optional led to modest gains in underrepresented students: study
Higher Ed Dive, April 13, 2021

Study links later middle, high school start times to better student achievement
K-12 Dive, April 13, 2021

Science Teaching and Learning Found to Fall Off in Pandemic
Education Week, April 12, 2021

Cameras Are Being Used To Punish Students, Not Stop School Shooters
Forbes, April 11, 2021

Want To Stop Charter Schools Cherry-Picking The ‘Best’ Students? Use The Carrot Not The Stick.
Forbes, April 9, 2021

Growth Mindset: The Classroom ‘Gimmick’ That Could Be The Real Deal
Forbes, April 8, 2021

Growth mindset: U.S. students rank in top 10
District Administration, April 8, 2021

Ebook vs. Print Book Study: 5 Takeaways
Tech & Learning, April 8, 2021

AERA Stands in Support of Transgender and Non-Binary Community in Statement Before Annual Meeting
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, April 7, 2021

Richard Milner to Lead the American Educational Research Association
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, April 5, 2021

Free college programs can enable more students to go to college, but it all depends on how the program is designed
The Conversation, April 4, 2021

Science is rescuing us from COVID—it's time for the US to return the favor
The Hill, April 2

How schools can reduce excessive discipline of their Black students
Science News for Students, April 1, 2021


Research: Video Learning May be More Effective Than In-person Lectures
Tech & Learning, March 31, 2021

Dr. H. Richard Milner IV Voted President-Elect of AERA
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, March 29, 2021

Why Black Teachers Walk Away
Edutopia, March 26, 2021

From Fee to Free: The Move to an Open-Access Digital Publication
Associations Now, March 25, 2021 

PROOF POINTS: Paper beats pixels on most picture books, research finds
Hechinger Report, March 22, 2021

New Orleans mayor, local groups denounce anti-Asian racism after Atlanta shootings, March 20, 2021

Atlanta shootings: Anti-Asian violence rising in schools, too
District Administration, March 18, 2021

Opinion: Time for Colorado colleges to say “be gone” to the ACT and SAT
Denver Post, March 11, 2021

A+ Education Partnership: Smart Investments Needed to Combat Learning Loss
Alabama Daily News, March 10, 2021

Digital books can affect learning skills of young children
The Week, March 10, 2021

Major Difference For Kids Reading Digital Vs. Print Books, Research Reveals
Moms, March 10, 2021

Digital books can affect learning skills of young children
Bollyinside, March 10, 2021

Opinion: Jim Martin: During pandemic time, it might be a good time to dismiss standardized tests
Daily Camera, March 9, 2021

Study: Print picture books may be better than digital ones for young readers
UPI, March 9, 2021

FAFSA Applications Fell After COVID — And For Many Incoming Freshmen, They Haven’t Recovered
The 74, March 9, 2021

Most e-books harm children learning to read, research finds, as technology distracts from stories
The Telegraph, March 9, 2021

Black and Latinx Students Are Less Swayed by College-Bound Friends
Inside Higher Ed, March 8, 2021

Concerns deepen over amount of pandemic relief for US research
Research Professional News, March 4, 2021

Report: Parent school reviews correlate with test scores, not growth or effectiveness
Education Dive, March 3, 2021 

How parents’ online school reviews reflect racial disparities
District Administration, March 2, 2021 


Covid’s drain on US academic science starts raising alarm
Times Higher Education, February 26, 2021

Study: Pre-Recorded Videos Prove More Effective for Student Learning Than In-Person Instruction
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, February 26, 2021

Can College Visits Improve College Aspirations? Findings From A Randomized Experiment.
Forbes, February 25, 2021

Study Finds Use of Video Boosts Learning
Campus Technology, February 24, 2021

PROOF POINTS: A warning sign that the freshman class will shrink again in the fall of 2021
Hechinger Report, February 22, 2021

Year-round school coming to Washington
The Leader, February 17, 2021

Students Get Better Grades If You Replace Their Teachers With Videos
Forbes, February 17, 2021

Study: Pre-recorded videos can boost student learning
University Business, February 18, 2021

Mattoon to launch tutoring efforts as full-day, in-person classes begin
Journal Gazette and Times Courier, February 16, 2021

The Shrinking of the Scholarly Ranks
Chronicle of Higher Education, February 15, 2021

‘A lot of people think pre-K is separate.’ How a small, rural district unites two different worlds
EducationNC, February 15, 2021

Study Shows Decline in Federal Student Aid Filings from Potential College First-Years in California
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, February 11, 2021

Report: New freshmen FAFSA filers fell by 21% in California
University Business, February 10, 2021

Teachers Use Crowdsourcing for Education Triage, Not Extras
Education Week, February 5, 2021

These are the students free community college programs help the most
The Conversation, February 4, 2021

Commentary: STAAR outcome obvious; test a wast of $90M
San Antonio Express-News, February 2, 2021 

COVID-19's Impact on Academic Research
Inside Higher Ed, February 1, 2021 


Higher Education Leaders Hopeful After President Joe Biden’s Inauguration
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, January 20, 2021

News literacy campaign providing tools for vetting fake news
Education Dive, January 20, 2021

Briefly Stated: Trump’s Science-Board Picks Irk Experts, Who Question Lack of Research Experience
Education Week, January 13, 2021

How schools can reduce excessive discipline of Black students
Science News, January 6, 2021

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