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The 2022 NERA Conference will take place
Wednesday-Friday, October 19-21, 2022.


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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 high quality educational research and to create a venue for experienced and new researchers. NERA members come from diverse life experiences, abilities, and perspectives and all areas of education (e.g., higher education, research and development, training and technical assistance agencies, P-12 educators and state departments of education). NERA membership is open to all individuals who have a commitment to excellence in the field of educational research.

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

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From the President

NERA for the Gold! As I recently watched the 2021 Summer Olympic Games come to a close, many thoughts came to mind. It was very exciting to cheer on Gabby Thomas, daughter of my NERA 2013 conference co-chair, Jennifer Randall, as she earned a bronze medal in the women’s 200m and a silver medal in the women’s 4 x 100 relay. She did a wonderful job in representing our country and I look forward to following the bright future she has ahead of her. Go Gabby!

On a broader perspective, it was bittersweet to watch this year’s Olympics. Athletes train for years and often, their whole life, to compete in the Olympic games. For many that had specifically trained for the postponed 2020 Summer Olympics, read more
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