AERA in the News


AERA in the News

Media coverage of AERA and AERA-published research

2021

April


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

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

March


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
nola.com, 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 

February


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 

January


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