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Advancing Education Research Knowledge, Practice and Policy
Advancing Education Research Knowledge, Practice and Policy

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A new federally funded study finds that racial, ethnic, and language minority elementary- and middle-school students are less likely than otherwise similar white, English-speaking children to be identified as having disabilities and, as a result, are disproportionately underrepresented in special education. http://bit.ly/1Ix6DNt
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The education research community, led by AERA and the Knowledge Alliance, sent Senator David Vitter (R-LA) a letter signed by more than 1,100 organizations and individuals opposing the Student Privacy Protection Act (S. 1341), a bill he introduced.
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On July 9, AERA will host a Capitol Hill briefing on LGBTQ issues in education. Read about this and more in the latest edition of AERA Highlights. http://bit.ly/1GT6yqw
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No-cost access to special issue of EEPA on research using longitudinal student data systems http://bit.ly/1MFpCZu ‪#‎AERAResearch‬
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"Privacy laws have already been strengthened in some states, and multiple bills now pending in state legislatures and in Congress would tighten the security and privacy of student data. Some of this proposed legislation is so broadly written, however, that it could unintentionally choke off the use of student data for its original purpose: assessing and improving education."
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Read the latest Educational Researcher featuring new ‪#‎research‬ on teacher tenure, student achievement, special education, grit, and MOOCs. http://bit.ly/1IcBHnO
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"The social sciences are more important today than ever." 

Read more about "Why Social Sciences Are Just As Important as STEM Disciplines" by Lance R. Collins, dean of College of Engineering at Cornell University.
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