WHO: More than 2,000 educational researchers will present results of their research, conducted in the United States and abroad
WHAT: 85th Annual Meeting. Symposiums, roundtables, and more Theme: Enhancing the Visibility and Credibility of Educational Research
Brown v. the Board of Education Teacher Learning and Development Justifying Evidence-Based Claims
WHEN: April 12 to 16, 2004
Combine your West Coast trip to AERA with the Education Writers Association's National Seminar, April 15 to 17 in San Francisco. www.ewa.org
WHERE: San Diego, the birthplace of California www.sandiego.org
San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, 333 West Harbor Drive
Manchester Grand Hyatt, One Market Place
Pressroom: Marriott, 1st floor, Manchester
WHY: Opportunities to hear new research findings, meet educational researchers, and develop AERA sources on current topics in education
HOW: Free registration by completing press registration form
The 2004 Annual Meeting program will be available in both print and online versions. Check the AERA Web site in mid-February for the complete program: www.aera.net
Questions: Contact AERA Communications and Outreach
Helaine Patterson, director,email@example.com (ext. 134)
Lucy Cunningham, associate, firstname.lastname@example.org (ext. 104)
Barbara Leitham, assistant, email@example.com (ext. 111)
The American Educational Research Association (AERA), which publishes several scholarly journals, represents approximately 22,000 educators who conduct research and evaluation in education. Founded in 1916 and based in Washington, D.C., AERA offers a comprehensive program of scholarly publications, training, fellowships and meetings to advance educational research, to disseminate knowledge, and to improve the capacity of the profession for the public's good.
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