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2019 Award Winners

The Winner of the 2019 AERA ASOND SIG Outstanding Award was Dr. Kenneth E. Graves for Disrupting the Digital Norm in the New Digital Divide: Toward a Conceptual and Empirical Framework of Technology Leadership for Social Justice Through Multilevel Latent Class Analysis.  Dr. Graves completed his graduate program at Teachers College, Columbia University, and was nominated by Dr. Alex J. Bowers.

2017 Award Winners

The Winner of the ASOND SIG Dissertation award was Jiesi Guo, Ph. D. (Australian Catholic University) for The Relations among Academic Motivation, Self-Concept, Aspirations, and Choices: Integrating Expectancy-Value and Academic Self-Concept Theory.

2016 Award Winners

Honorable Mention was awarded to Kristin Harbour, Ph. D. (University of Louisville, now at University of Alabama) for A Multi-Level Analysis using NAEP Data: Examining the Relationships among Mathematics Coaches and Specialists, Student Achievement, and Disability Status.

The Winner of the ASOND SIG Dissertation award was Jared Boyce, Ph. D. (Teacher College, Columbia University, now at SRI International) for Commitment and Leadership: What We Know from the Schools and Staffing Survey.

2014 Award Winners

Honorable Mentions were awarded to Todd D. Reeves (Northern Illinois University). Dissertation Title: Does Content Knowledge Matter for New Teachers? and Adem Ekmekci (The University of Texas at Austin). Dissertation Title: Mathematical Literacy Assessment Design: A Dimensionality Analysis of Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) Mathematics Framework.

The Winner of the ASOND SIG Dissertation award was Ting Zhang (The University of Maryland, College Park). Dissertation Title: The Role of Reading Comprehension in Large-Scale Subject-Matter Assessments. 

2013 Award Winners

Honorable Mention was awarded to Kate Niehaus (University of Louisville, now at the University of South Carolina). Dissertation Title: Social Support, Parental Involvement, and Academic and Social-Educational Outcomes for English Language Learners in Elementary School.

The Winner of the ASOND SIG Dissertation award was Jehanzeb R. Cheema (George Mason University, now at the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign). Dissertation Title: Handling Missing Data in Education Research Using SPSS.

 
 
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