Read Compelling Studies from Award-Winning ‘AERA Open’

In honor of AERA Open being named “Best New Journal in Social Sciences” in the 2019 Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence, or PROSE, Awards, we’re highlighting three of the compelling studies — including an assessment of Common Core — that appeared in the journal last year.

7 months ago
Teresa McCarty

Indigenous Education’s Checkered History in the U.S.

As part of a lecture series that commemorates the historic school desegregation court case of Brown vs. The Topeka Board of Education, an expert in indigenous education reviewed the arc of education native Americans in public settings.

4 years ago
CFHSS advocacy panel

Three Countries, Three Methods to Preserve Social Science

A recent panel drew social science advocates from three countries – Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States – to the same stage to discuss preserving the disciplines’ sometimes tenuous hold on support from policymakers

4 years ago
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