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The 2019 NERA Conference will take place
Wednesday-Friday, October 16-18, 2019. (more)

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Welcome to the Northeastern Educational Research Association  

The mission of the Northeastern Educational Research Association (NERA) 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). To become a NERA member click here. To renew your membership, members should use the link sent annually in the summer.
 
Celebrate NERA’s 50th Anniversary at the 2019 2019 NERA Conference in Trumbull, Connecticut on October 16 - 18, 2019. Registration is now open.
 
For questions regarding membership dues or conference registration fees, contact Tia Fechter, Treasurer.


For questions about the conference, contact the 2019 co-chairs at NERA.CoChairs@gmail.com  

For general questions about NERA, contact Rochelle Michel, President.

For questions or problems regarding this website, contact the Webmaster.  
 
NERA promotes sharing of professional information through publications including its quarterly newsletter, The NERA Researcher.

From the President

                                       
    One of the benefits of belonging to an organization like NERA is that our involvement can help to foster our life-long learning, but what does it really mean to be a life-long learner?  Part of it is about being open to learning new things, but the other part is seeking out opportunities to increase one’s knowledge. This summer I spent some time reflecting on NERA’s 50th anniversary Annual Conference theme, Transformation by Design and challenged myself to find new ways to help with my transformation and growth as an educational researcher and professional within the assessment field. This summer I discovered and listened to some new podcasts (e.g., The EdTech Podcast, Chasing Excellence), read some new books (e.g., Jobs to Be Done: A Roadmap for Customer-Centered Innovation), as well as returned to books that I have read in the past (e.g., Getting Things Done).  In this day of open educational resources, there are many resources at our fingertips to continue our learning beyond our formal schooling. read more
 
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