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April 11, 2016

AERA: 'Hot Wheels' Curriculum Found to Boost Science Learning for Boys and Girls

A science curriculum using toy cars helped engage girls and special education students in physics learning, finds a study presented at AERA.

April 09, 2016

AERA: Credit Recovery May Not Help Students Get Back on Track to Advanced Math

High school students who an Algebra I make-up course online fared worse than those who took the credit recovery course in person, but in the long term neither group became more likely to move on to advanced math courses.

April 08, 2016

AERA Opens Centennial Meeting With Look at Research's Political Impact

This year's theme, spanning more than 2,500 research sessions, symposia, and roundtables, focuses on "Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies."

April 20, 2015

High Tax Rates Blunt Efforts to Use Marijuana Revenue for Schools

Recreational marijuana tax revenues have failed to generate as much revenue as promised for Colorado schools, a new analysis finds.

April 16, 2015

AERA: National Research Council to Probe What's Changed About How People Learn

The National Research Council announced plans to update a landmark study of learning science.

April 15, 2015

A Little Background Reading Before AERA 2015

Nearly 15,000 education research addicts are en route to Chicago this week for the annual American Educational Research Association conference.

August 18, 2014

National Groups Release New Standards for Educational Research Testing

National research groups have released new standards for education research testing.

April 17, 2014

Study Offers Lessons on School Turnarounds

Preliminary results of a new study suggest that school turnarounds work best when they combine dramatic staffing changes with strong support.

April 16, 2014

Study Suggests Ways to Sharpen 'Tools of the Mind'

A small-scale study suggests some ways to achieve better results for English-learners in preschool using the the popular, play-based Tools of the Mind curriculum.

April 07, 2014

Poverty-related Challenges Sap Instructional Time in High Schools

Preliminary results of a survey of California high school teachers suggest that poverty-related challenges lead students at low-income schools to receive half an hour less instructional time per day than their peers in higher-income schools.

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