Morgan's study named fourth most read in Educational Researcher

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) recently announced their most read education research articles of 2017. Paul Morgan, director of the Center for Educational Disparities Research and professor of education, and his research team had the fourth most read study in the publication Educational Researcher. This is the fourth year in a row Morgan's work has been a part of AERA's "most read" yearly announcement.

Educational Researcher

1. Student Enrollment Patterns and Achievement in Ohio’s Online Charter Schools
Educational Researcher, January 2017
June Ahn, Andrew McEachin     

2. Kids Today: The Rise in Children’s Academic Skills at Kindergarten Entry             
Educational Researcher, January 2017
Daphna Bassok, Scott Latham    

3. Impacts of Early Childhood Education on Medium- and Long-Term Educational Outcomes
Educational Researcher, November 2017
Dana Charles McCoy, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest, Greg J. Duncan, Holly S. Schindler, Katherine Magnuson, Rui Yang, Andrew Koepp, Jack P. Shonkoff  

4. Replicated Evidence of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Disability Identification in U.S. Schools
Educational Researcher, August 2017
Paul L. Morgan, George Farkas, Marianne M. Hillemeier, Steve Maczuga              

5. Teaching Versus Teachers as a Lever for Change: Comparing a Japanese and a U.S. Perspective on Improving Instruction         
Educational Researcher, May 2017
James Hiebert, James W. Stigler         

In addition, the article "2017: The Year Everyone Starting Caring about Federal Special Education Policy" featuring Morgan's study results on Education's Week's "On Special Education" website was listed as one of the most read articles of 2017.