Posts tagged: American Educational Research Association - Diverse

Scholars Examine Segregation of Latino K-12 Students

by Pearl Stewart | October 3, 2019 As Latino children entered elementary schools this fall, they were likely to encounter fewer Wh Read more

Recipients of 2019 AERA Awards for Excellence in Education Research Announced

by | April 6, 2019
More than 15 scholars have been announced as recipients of the 2019 American Educational Resear [...] Read more

A Product of South Carolina

by | September 27, 2018
Despite his meteoric rise through the ranks of academia, Dr. James L. Moore III, isn’t shy ab [...] Read more

Scholar Inspires Next Generation of Researchers

by | September 20, 2018
Even though Dr. James Earl Davis grew up in the rural South, near Huntsville, Alabama, he has a [...] Read more

Report: Multilingual Students Made ‘Remarkable’ Progress

by Lydia Lum | June 23, 2018
A new report based on data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress challenges a wi [...] Read more

Tension By Choice: Reflecting on Code-Switching and Living Two Lives

by | April 18, 2018
Although I recognize that many first-generation students experience code-switching and feeling [...] Read more

Diversity Scholar Shaun Harper Leaving Penn for Southern Cal

by Jamal Eric Watson | January 9, 2017
Dr. Shaun R. Harper, an expert on campus climate and racial equity, is leaving the University o [...] Read more

‘Gifted’ Black Kids Not as Likely to Get Placed in Talented Programs

by Lydia Lum | January 24, 2016
High-achieving, Black, elementary school students are much less likely than their White peers t [...] Read more

Mayes Recognized With Dissertation Award

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 6, 2015
The American Educational Research Association will honor Dr. Renae D. Mayes, a rising star in t [...] Read more