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Welcome to the Northeastern Educational Research Association  

NERA is an organization whose mission is to encourage and promote quality educational research and to create a venue for experienced and new researchers. NERA members come from all areas of education (e.g., academics, research and development, training and technical assistance agencies, public schools and state departments of education).

Thank you to our very generous sponsors of the 2016 NERA Conference!

NERA promotes sharing of professional information through publications including its quarterly newsletter, The NERA Researcher.

For general questions about NERA, contact Craig Wells, President, at cswells@educ.umass.edu.

For questions regarding membership dues or conference registration fees, contact Steven Holtzman, Treasurer, at treasurer@nera-education.org.

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From the President

Dear NERA Colleagues,
 
As I was considering what to include in my first President’s Message, I began to reflect on the various events that occurred in 2016. We suffered great losses including several beloved authors, pop icons, and activists such as Eliezer Wiesel, Umberto Eco, Harper Lee, Prince, Carrie Fisher, David Bowie, and Muhammad Ali. Our community also lost Roscoe Brown, NERA’s President in 1969 who was a war hero and one of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II. All of these people had a profound impact on how we view world events and participate in activities to support social justice. Interestingly, we as educators are not unlike these prominent public figures in that we also influence society through our work educating children and young adults to think about problems we face in society and methods for developing possible solutions. In addition, our research can shape our world views through its impact on public policy. These effects were prominent throughout the 2016 NERA conference where I saw stimulating research being presented and discussed among graduate students, academics, and professionals who care deeply about education. ... read more
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