ITP: Interdisciplinary Training Program in the Education Sciences ITP: Interdisciplinary Training Program in the Education Sciences
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

2013 AERA Annual Conference
April 27 - May 1
San Francisco, CA

Sixteen current ITP fellows attended the American Educational Research Association annual conference in San Francisco, California.

L-R: Katie Broton, ITP Director Adam Gamoran, and David Rangel


L-R: Hannah Miller, Alyn Turner, Megan Shoji, Dr. Ruth Lopez-Turley, & Jeremy Fiel (presenting).

Megan Shoji speaking on "Sustained Effects of a Family Engagement Strategy on Parent Social Networks" at the AERA 2013 annual conference.

L-R: ITP Director Adam Gamoran, ITP fellows Jaymes Pyne, Evan Crawford, Dr. Sara Dahill-Brown, and Yoi Tibbetts.

ITP fellows Mandy Gaulke and Katie Broton at the 2013 AERA annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

UW-Madison IES Predoctoral Fellow Presentations at AERA 2013:

Symposium "Building and Sustaining Family Engagement in Low-Income, Ethnic Minority School Communities"

Fiel, J., Haskins, A. R., & Lopez Turley, R. N. (2013, April). The Neighborhood Context of Parent Engagement in Schools.

Gamoran, A., Shoji, M., & Rangel, D. (2013, April). Sustained Effects of a Family Engagement Strategy on Parent Social Networks.

Miller, H., Valentine, J., Fish, R. & Robinson, M. (2013, April). Is the Feeling Mutual? Effects of a School-Randomized Trial on Parent-Teacher Relationships.