AERA in the News

AERA in the News

Media coverage of AERA and AERA-published research



PROOF POINTS: AI essay grading is already as ‘good as an overburdened’ teacher, but researchers say it needs more work
The Hechinger Report, May 20, 2024

Our neural activity decreases when we make video calls: "Visual interaction is poorer"
Noticias, May 16, 2024

Resistance to Brown school desegregation decision 'purged' Black male educators: Experts
ABC News, May 15, 2024

PROOF POINTS: Tracing Black-white achievement gaps since the Brown decision
The Hechinger Report, May 13, 2024

The Complex Factors Affecting English-Learner Graduation Rates
Education Week, May 8, 2024

Integrating schools 70 years ago was a good thing. But it had unintended consequences.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 8, 2024

Opinion: Scores show Sask. needs to reverse underfunding of education
Saskatoon StarPhoenix, May 8, 2024

Challenges and Dedication: Interview with Hui Zhang on her Autism Research Path
LA Weekly, May 7, 2024

How to help students keep up skills during summer break
LINK nky, May 7, 2024


Report Uncovers Gender and Racial Inequities in Professional Educational Measurement Field
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, April 29, 2024

PROOF POINTS: Many high school math teachers cobble together their own instructional materials from the internet and elsewhere, a survey finds
The Hechinger Report, April 29, 2024

Why Black Teachers Matter
NPQ, April 25, 2024

Make Math Instruction Better: 3 Tips on How From Researchers
Education Week, April 25, 2024

Lifetime college returns differ significantly by major, research finds
Higher Ed Dive, April 25, 2024

Universal school meal policies may help reduce childhood obesity
K-12 Dive, April 23, 2024

What is Intersectionality and How Is It Related to Critical Race Theory?
EdNews Virginia, April 22, 2024

Study Finds Personal Relationships Trump Technology in Boosting Student Achievement
MyChesCo, April 19, 2024

Pride in the Halls
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, April 17, 2024

AI and Other Tech Can Power Better Testing. Can Teachers Use the New Tools?
Education Week, April 17, 2024

What Teachers Should Know About Integrating Formative Assessment With Instruction
Education Week, April 17, 2024

Racial and Gender Inequities Found in Field of Educational Measurement
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, April 16, 2024

This College Decision Season, Let’s Make ‘Undermatching’ a Thing of the Past
U.S. News & World Report, April 16, 2024

Scholarship fund established in honor of Philly's first Black female superintendent
The Philadelphia Tribune, April 15, 2024

How These Teachers Build Curriculum ‘Beyond Black History’
Education Week, April 15, 2024

Don’t Defund Major Research Associations For Addressing Racism And DEI
Forbes, April 14, 2024

Philly teachers and researchers are weighing the future of education — and how to get there equitably
WHYY, April 12, 2024

Research Course on African Americans in Education Convenes Ahead of AERA Conference
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, April 10, 2024

PROOF POINTS: When schools experimented with $10,000 pay hikes for teachers in hard-to-staff areas, the results were surprising
The Hechinger Report, April 8, 2024

Which College Degree Can Earn Grads The Most Cash?
On the Money, April 3, 2024

Austin Community College OKs free tuition program for eligible 2024 high school graduates
Austin American-Statesman, April 2, 2024


Is college still worth it? Yes (for now, at least)
Big Think, March 21, 2024

College is still worth it, research finds — although these majors have the lowest rate of return
CNBC, March 14, 2024

Maximizing your degree: Graduates with these majors make the most money
WCNC, March 14, 2024

A college degree offers better returns than the stock market - but it varies dramatically between majors
The Daily Mail, March 14, 2024

College degrees pay off financially, study finds
Yahoo! News, March 13, 2024

With new state funds in hand, community colleges waive tuition for some high school students
The Texas Tribune, March 13, 2024

College Degree Still Sound Investment, Despite Rising Tuition
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, March 12, 2024

College pays off, according to new research
EdSource, March 12, 2024

Going To College Still Worth Every Penny: ‘Better Returns Than Stock Market’
Study Finds, March 12, 2024

College Offers Better Returns Than The Stock Market, Study Finds
Forbes, March 12, 2024

Black teachers are less likely to refer Black boys to special education, study finds
EducationNC, March 11, 2024

Black Students Less Likely Identified for Special Ed When They Have Black Teachers
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, March 7, 2024

One Group of Teachers Is Less Likely to Identify Black Students for Special Ed. Why That Matters
Education Week, March 6, 2024

Black Boys Less Likely To Be Identified With Special Needs If They Have Black Teachers, Study Finds
Forbes, March 6, 2024

Former K-12 Teacher Voted AERA President-Elect
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, March 4, 2024


Most Schools Have Early-Warning Systems. Some Kids Are Still Getting Lost
Education Week, February 27, 2024

Lifting As They Climb
Originally printed in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, February 25, 2024

Teachers, Here’s How To Successfully Change Careers After Burnout
Forbes, February 22, 2024

Why diversity initiatives at colleges and companies are facing political backlash
PBS NewsHour, February 15, 2024

AERA Announces 2024 Fellows
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, February 15, 2024

Hybrid state funding model may increase community college enrollment
Higher Ed Dive, February 14, 2024

PROOF POINTS: Tracking student data falls short in combating absenteeism at school
The Hechinger Report, February 12, 2024

Opinion: Do away with standardized testing
The Crimson White, February 11, 2024

Cat 'butlers': Why more Koreans are cat-ering to feline friends
The Korea Herald, February 6, 2024

To Settle a Lawsuit, California Will Shift $2 Billion to Students Hurt by Pandemic Shutdowns
Education Week, February 1, 2024


New Study Suggests Elite Colleges Should Reinstate SAT/ACT
Best Colleges, January 30, 2024

5 Ways Schools Can Find Homeless Students That They Might Overlook
Education Week, January 29, 2024

Joe Seddon: Why Hiring Socially Mobile Talent Should Be the Number One Priority For Every Business
HR Review, January 22, 2024

Reading on Screens Worsens Comprehension for Younger Students. What Can Teachers Do?
Education Week, January 17, 2024

Jennifer Delaney, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign – State Spending for Higher Education and Cuts
The Academic Minute, January 16, 2024
(Reprinted in Inside Higher Ed and NPR)

Reducing Free School Meal Stigma Helps Cut Student Suspensions, Study Finds
Forbes, January 15, 2024

Indelible Ink: The Lasting Benefits of Print Media for Reading Comprehension
National Endowment for the Arts Blog, January 11, 2024

Teachers who frequently refer students to the office: Who are they and how can we help them?
Thomas B. Fordham Institute “Flypaper” Blog, January 11, 2024

The loss of deep reading: How digital texts impact kids’ comprehension skills
Big Think, January 10, 2024

What Does ‘Evidence-Based’ Mean? A Study Finds Wide Variation.
Education Week, January 10, 2024

From the Editor’s Desk: Give thanks to students who work
The Tiger, January 10, 2024

Opinion: How to grow a young Florida reader — with a book, not a ‘device’
Tampa Bay Times, January 4, 2024

Broward school leaders are weighing a 4-day school week. What about Palm Beach County?
The Palm Beach Post, January 4, 2024

Conflict Over Community College Baccalaureate Degrees Lands in Idaho
Inside Higher Ed, January 4, 2024

Phones in classrooms aren't our only concerns
Toronto Star, January 4, 2024

STEM learning outcomes get a boost from diverse classrooms
eCampus News, January 2, 2024

National conference will examine Philadelphia education landscape
The Philadelphia Tribune, January 2, 2024

Diverse Classrooms in College STEM Courses Improves Learning Outcomes for All Students
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, January 1, 2024

Community schools work to boost student performance by meeting their non-academic needs
NewsCenter 1, January 1, 2024