ITP UW-Madison

2012 AERA Annual Conference
April 13-17
Vancouver, Canada

In April, seventeen ITP fellows attended the American Educational Research Association annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.

L-R: Anna Haskins, Dr. Ruth Turley (Rice Univ.), Dr. Geoffrey Borman (ITP Deputy Director), Jared Knowles, Dominique Bradley. Haskins and Turley (with co-author Jeremey Fiel) presented the paper "Engaging families in a high-mobility context."

 

Lauren Schudde (L) and Katie Broton. Lauren presented the paper "Affording success: The causal impact of financial constraints on the college experience."

 

Hannah Miller presented the paper "Promoting Latino parent involvement in Title I schools" (co-author Lynn McDonald).

 

AERA conference site in Vancouver, British Columbia

 

Monica Williams, Sun Yoon (UW-Madison, ELPA), Rachel Fish

 

L-R: Dominique Bradley, Libbie Brey, and ITP Director Adam Gamoran

 

AERA Presentations:

Fiel, J., Shoji, M. & Gamoran, A. (2012, April). A new perspective on grade retention: The role of social capital.

Haskins, A. R., Fiel, J., & Lopez Turley, R. N. (2012, April). Engaging families in a high-mobility context.

Miller, H., & McDonald, L. (2012, April). Promoting Latino parent involvement in Title I schools.

Rangel, D. & Valdez, C. (2012, April). A culturally sensitive approach to engaging in research with Latino families.

Schudde, L. (2012, April). Affording success: The causal impact of financial constraints on the college experience.

For photos from previous conferences, click here.