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MSU at AERA: At a Glance

March 31, 2014
MSU at AERA: At a Glance

Nearly 200 faculty members and graduate students from Michigan State University are expected to participate in the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association this year in Philadelphia. The meeting runs from April 3-7, 2014. Researchers from all over the world converge at AERA to share and discuss research across numerous education disciplines....
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MSU scholars honored for education research

March 25, 2014
MSU scholars honored for education research

Two faculty members in the College of Education at Michigan State University have been honored for excellence in education research this year by the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Both will be recognized during an awards ceremony April 5 at the AERA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. University Distinguished Professor Mark Reckase is receiving the...
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Six MSU scholars named to Public Presence ranking

January 8, 2014
Six MSU scholars named to Public Presence ranking

Education Week blogger Rick Hess has named six Michigan State University faculty members to the Edu-Scholar Public Presence Rankings, an annual listing of scholars known for making significant contributions to national debates in education. MSU Education Policy Center co-director William Schmidt has been ranked at No. 58, and Hannah Distinguished Professor Barbara Schneider has...
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PhD candidate receives $20,000 dissertation award

December 27, 2013
PhD candidate receives $20,000 dissertation award

Kri Burkander, a PhD candidate in the Educational Policy program at Michigan State University, has been awarded a $20,000 dissertation grant by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Grants Program, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Burkander’s dissertation, “Culture, Class, and College: A Mixed Method Contextual Understanding of Undermatch,” is a study of low-income students’...
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College researcher wins $25,000 grant

March 28, 2013

Michigan State University College of Education research associate Elizabeth Covay was named one of 10 winners of the Measures of Effective Teaching Early Career Research Grant. The $25,000 grant was awarded by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research and the National Academy of Education. Covay is a research director for the Michigan...
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Michigan Merit Curriculum gives small boost to best students, with negative or no impact on lower achievers

October 22, 2012
Michigan Merit Curriculum gives small boost to best students, with negative or no impact on lower achievers

The class of 2011, the first group of students exposed to the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) for their entire high school careers, saw mixed results. The introduction of the MMC reduced graduation rates slightly for students who entered high school with weak academic skills. For those who entered with strong skills, there was no...
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