2016 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Meeting
The Learning Policy Institute was well represented at the 2016 AERA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, from April 8 to April 12. Several staff and research fellows presented, including President and CEO Linda Darling-Hammond, who gave the 2016 Distinguished Lecture, and Senior Fellow in Residence Jeannie Oakes, outgoing AERA President, who delivered the Presidential Address.
Watch Linda Darling-Hammond's presentation Designing the "New Accountability": How Public Scholars Can Contribute to a Productive Policy Framework for Education for the 2016 AERA Distingushed Lecture. All recorded sessions are available on AERA's YouTube channel.
LPI Staff at AERA Sessions
|Apr 8||Linda Darling-Hammond||
Distinguished Lecture: Designing the "New Accountability": How Public Scholars Can Contribute to a Productive, Policy Framework for Education
|Apr 9||Linda Darling-Hammond||The Politics of Knowledge and Educational Research: The Consequences of Reality
|Apr 10||Jeannie Oakes||Presidential Address: Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies
|Apr 11||Patrick M. Shields||Public Scholarship to Inform Equity and New Accountability: The Iterative Relationship Between Research and Policy
|Apr 12||Linda Darling-Hammond||How Much Testing and for What Purpose? Public Scholarship in the Debate About Educational Assessment and Accountability
|Apr 12||Anne Podolsky||Test Format and the Variation of Gender Achievement Gaps Within the United States|