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EPSA at AERA 20013, San Francisco, CA

 EPSA at AERA 2013

Some 172 faculty, students and others affiliated with Teachers College present at  "Education and Poverty: Theory, Research, Policy and Praxis,"  this year's meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), which is held in San Francisco from April 27-May 1.  Many of them are our EPSA alumni, current students, and faculty members:

1.       Thomas R. Bailey
AERA Fellows Breakfast

2.       Brooks Bowden
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Meets the What Works Clearinghouse

3.       Madhabi Chatterji (Affiliated Faculty)
Building Theory and Understanding Practice in Classroom Assessment

 

Measuring and Examining Correlates of Student Achievement and Student Engagement in a Variety of K-12 Settings

 

Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

4.       Elizabeth Marie Chu
Studies in the School Effects Tradition: Raising Achievement and Addressing Persistent Inequality

5.       Chad Joseph D-Entremont
School Choice and Social Inequalities Among OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Countries With the Three Studies From the United States, Canada, and Australia

6.       Kevin Dougherty
Cross-National Perspectives on “College for All” in Australia, England, and the United States

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Closed Editorial Board Meeting

State Funding for Higher Education: Origin and Effects

7.       Hester Earle
Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

8.       Jeffrey Fletcher
Programs, Practices, and Politics: A Multilayered Examination of Community Colleges

9.       Lauren Fox
Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

10.   Emma Garcia    

Promising Scholarship in Education: Dissertation Fellows and Their Research

11.   Barbara Hanisch-Cerda
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Meets the What Works Clearinghouse

12.   Thomas C. Hatch (Affiliated Faculty)
A Mile Deep and a Mile Wide: Early Lessons From the Implementation of Common Core Standards in New York City

Considering Equity in Teaching, Learning, and School Organization

Decision Making in the Superintendency

High-Stakes Testing and Accountability: Responses and Effects

The New Politics of Educational Philanthropy: Private Giving, Education Advocacy Organizations, and School Governance

13.   Jeffrey R. Henig
AERA Fellows Breakfast: Invitation Only

The Expanding Marketplace: Exploring the Roles of Philanthropies in an Era of Market-Based Reform

The Role of Intermediary Organizations in Policy Making: The Case of Incentivist Reforms

14.   Kathryn Hill
Considering Equity in Teaching, Learning, and School Organization

The Shifting Nature of the “Public” in Public Schooling: Charters, Vouchers, and Parental Engagement

15.   Michelle Hodara
What You Say and How You Say It: The Role of Language in Student Success

16.   Luis Alberto Huerta
AERA Council of Editors: Closed Business Meeting

AERA Journal Publications Committee and Journal Editors: Closed Meeting

American Educational Research Journal (Social and Institutional Analysis) Closed Editorial Board Meeting

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Closed Editorial Board Meeting

Meet Journal Editors: Journal Talks 5

17.   Shayna M. Klopott
The Expanding Marketplace: Exploring the Roles of Philanthropies in an Era of Market-Based Reform

18.   Nancy J. Koh
Building Theory and Understanding Practice in Classroom Assessment

Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

19.   Hana Lahr
State Funding for Higher Education: Origin and Effects

20.   Henry M. Levin
A New Measure of Socioeconomic Status (SES) for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Meets the What Works Clearinghouse

GSC Division L Fireside Chat: Thirty Years Since A Nation at Risk: Implications for a Second Generation

NAEd Research Advisory Committee Meeting

21.   Jonah Liebert
School Choice and Social Inequalities Among OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Countries With the Three Studies From the United States, Canada, and Australia

22.   Mei Luo
Measuring and Examining Correlates of Student Achievement and Student Engagement in a Variety of K-12 Settings

23.   Aaron Pallas
Hiring and Retaining Teachers

Responses to the Theme

24.   Yilin Pan

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Meets the What Works Clearinghouse

25.   Lara Pheatt
State Funding for Higher Education

26.   Douglas Ready
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Closed Editorial Board Meeting
        
Influence of School Factors on Student Achievement and Attainment

Studies in the School Effects Tradition

27.   Vikash Reddy
State Funding for Higher Education

28.   Carolyn J. Riehl
AERA Ethics Committee                   
                
AERA Open Business Meeting - Business Meeting and Discussion on Open Access and AERA Journal Publishing                                     

Contesting the Social and Political Dimensions of Curricular Policy

Social Processes and Noncognitive Outcomes

29.   Allison Roda
Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

30.   Robert Shand
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Meets the What Works Clearinghouse

31.   Miya Tamiko Warner
Influence of School Factors on Student Achievement and Attainment

32.   Amy Stuart Wells
AERA Fellows Breakfast: Invitation Only

Lessons From Jeannie Oakes: Social Justice Scholar, Educator, Activist, and Organizer

Mixed Methods, Validation, and Race

33.   Terrenda Corisa White
AERA Minority Fellows Mentoring Meeting with Minority Fellowship Selection Committee: Closed Meeting

Promising Scholarship in Education: Dissertation Fellows and Their Research

The Racial Complexities of Teach For America in High-Poverty Schools

34.   Priscilla Wohlstetter
Charter School Research: What Do We Know, Where Are the Gaps, and What Should Be the Focus?

Examining Intersections of Accountability Strain, College Readiness, Parent Compacts, and Teacher Traps on Student Success

35.   You You
Hiring and Retaining Teachers