Say Hello!: AERA San Francisco April 2013

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If you are interested in education, attending the AERA conference each year is a must. The conference begins April 29. It is like being a kid in a candy store. What is AERA? From the website:

The American Educational Research Association (AERA), founded in 1916, is concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results.

AERA members are faculty, researchers, graduate students, and other distinguished professionals with rich and diverse expertise in education research. They work in a range of settings from universities and other academic institutions to research institutes, federal and state agencies, school systems, testing companies, and nonprofit organizations. Based on their research, they produce and disseminate knowledge, refine methods and measures, and stimulate translation and practical application of research results.

AERA is international in scope.  Nearly 5% of members, representing over 85 countries, reside outside of the United States.  Over 28% of AERA members are students–approximately 6,500 graduate students and 600 undergraduate students. Over 74% of AERA members report that education is their primary discipline. Other disciplines represented by AERA members include psychology, statistics, sociology, history, economics, philosophy, anthropology, and political science.

This year will be a busy year for me again at the AERA conference. In case you want to visit with me you can find me at the following conference meetings at the upcoming annual conference in San Francisco at the end of April. See you there!

Monday April, 29 Action
10:35am to 12:05pm
Common Core State Standards: Implications for Equity and Social Justice
Building: Westin St. Francis, Room: California East
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Author on Paper: Implications of the Common Core and State-Based Standards for Social Studies
12:25pm to 2:25pm
Awards Ceremony Luncheon
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Continental 4-6
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Participant in session: Awards Ceremony Luncheon
2:45pm to 4:15pm
Setting Students Up: The (Il)Legitimacy of School Discipline
Building: Grand Hyatt, Room: Orpheum
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Chair in session: Setting Students Up: The (Il)Legitimacy of School Discipline
Tuesday April, 30 Action
8:00am to 9:30am
The Racial Complexities of Teach for America in High-Poverty Schools
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Tower 3 Van Ness Room
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Discussant in session: The Racial Complexities of Teach for America in High-Poverty Schools
10:20am to 11:50am
Roundtable Session 47
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Tower 3 Powell
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Author on Paper: Exploring School Success and Segregation by Race/Ethnicity and English Language Learner status in Texas Charter Schools
5:05pm to 7:05pm
Educational Policy Making at the Micro and Macro Levels
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Tower 3 Union Square 10
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Author on Paper: At-Risk Student Averse: Risk Management and Accountability
Wednesday May, 1 Action
10:35am to 12:05pm
Issues in English Learner and Language Policies
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Tower 3 Union Square 12
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Author on Paper: Examining Teacher Quality, Educational Policy and English Learners in Latina/o Growth States
12:25pm to 1:55pm
Roundtable Session 73
Building: Hilton Union Square, Room: Imperial Ballroom B
*Selected Person: Julian Vasquez Heilig
Discussant in session: High School Reform
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Julian Vasquez Heilig is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Policy and Planning and African and African Diaspora Studies (by courtesy) at the University of Texas at Austin.

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