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June 07, 2013

National Academy of Education Announces New Fellows

The National Academy of Education has tapped young and upcoming education researchers to become postdoctoral and thesis fellows.

June 06, 2013

Storify: Finding the Education Needle in a Genetic Haystack

A study of more than 125,000 people in 15 countries identifies three fragile links between genetic variations and a person's educational attainment.

June 05, 2013

Education Department Invests in Education Business Research

The Education Department is pushing academics and entrepreneurs to translate emerging research from studies and papers into usable, commercial education products faster.

June 03, 2013

National Board: Sequestration Hinders Research Funding

The Institute of Education Sciences is considering how to fund highly rated research projects in the wake of federal budget cuts.

May 30, 2013

Study: Broader Data Use Could Improve Parent Involvement

A new analysis suggests ways school districts could help parents and policymakers make more informed comparisons of schools.

May 22, 2013

AERA To Add Open-Access Research Journal

The American Educational Research Association is joining the ranks of open-access research with a new journal, AERA Open, expected to begin publishing early next year.

May 16, 2013

Storify: Debate Continues Over Duncan's AERA Speech

The debate over Education Secretary Arne Duncan's speech at AERA—and the protests it engendered—continues.

May 10, 2013

Storify: Why Educators Should Care About Congress' Debate Over NSF Peer Review

Think education research has a tendency to get politicized now? Congress is debating ways to increase its own control over the National Science Foundation's peer review process, a move that could put a serious chill on the study of controversial education and other public interest topics.

May 09, 2013

Study: Prettier Charts Can Be Harder for Students to Read

Common Core State Standards are calling for more focus on students reading charts and graphics, but new research shows engaging graphics can reduce students' understanding of chart data.

April 12, 2013

Black Men's College Success Depends on Grit, Not Just Grades, Study Finds

Talent and strong high school achievement can propel young black men to college, but a new study finds their grit— the determination and ability to handle setbacks—is nearly as critical to their success.

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