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A guide: 20,000 talking education #AERA2016

20,000 people are talking education this weekend in Washington D.C. If you are interested in student success, attending the AERA conference each year is a MUST. 1,335 more words


Hive Research Lab at AERA 2016

While the blog has a bit quiet in the past months as the Hive Research Lab team has been engaged in data analysis and writing (including two dissertations!), we’ll be presenting a good bit of what we’ve been working on at the upcoming American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. 315 more words

The Progressive Magazine: How a Grassroots Revolt Against Testing May Change Education

A revolt involving hundreds of thousands of Americans against the federal and state government has been brewing over the past couple of years. What caused this grassroots revolt? 833 more words

High-Stakes Testing

#HowMuchTesting and for What Purpose? Join the Debate!

The “opt out” of testing movement has gained steam over the past few years and turned into a social movement. Professors across the United States are finally joining the debate in large ways.   431 more words

High-Stakes Testing

Dr. Henry Giroux Discusses Critical Pedagogy Vis-à-vis Terror Propaganda

LUMPENPROLETARIATDr. Henry Giroux has been named by Routledge one of the top fifty educational thinkers of the modern period.  And he’s certainly one of my favourite scholars, which I’ve encountered during my research as an undergraduate because of his intellectual courage, honesty, and sheer relevance.  1,651 more words


AERA Highlights Special Edition: AERA Nominating Committees Announce 2016 Slates for Offices

Another item from Monday’s inbox…

AERA Nominating Committees Announce 2016 Slates for Offices  The AERA Nominating Committee and Division Nominating Committees are pleased to announce the approved slates for the forthcoming 2016 AERA election.
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