NEERO 2023 “Practicing Impactful Education Research Toward Truth, Equity, and Accountability”
2023 Annual Meeting
Wednesday, May 3 - Friday, May 5, 2023
Sheraton Portsmouth, Harborside Hotel, 250 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
May 3-5, 2023
In-person at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel, Portsmouth, NH
The NEERO 2023 Conference will include: invited keynote speakers and panels; accepted paper, poster, research-in-progress roundtable and symposium presentations; awards presentation; business meeting; and informal gatherings and opportunities to connect with fellow conference participants.
Register for the Conference via Eventbrite:
Professional Early Registration (through March 15, 2023): $200
Professional Regular Registration (beginning March 16, 2023): $250
Student & Retired/Emeritus Early Registration (through March 15,2022): $75
Student & Retired/Emeritus Regular Registration (beginning March 16, 2023): $100
Membership Only (no conference attendance): $25
NEERO 2023 Conference “Practicing Impactful Education Research Toward Truth, Equity, and Accountability”
Building on the American Educational Research Association 2023 Annual Meeting theme, the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) 2023 Annual Conference calls for research proposals that fit under the theme of “Practicing Impactful Education Research Toward Truth, Equity, and Accountability.”
As a global community, we find ourselves navigating a field that is open to some and closed to others, a field that defines itself by peer-reviewed research, yet where policy makers often make decisions outside of this process. As we reimagine the world post-COVID-19, we find many research questions still waiting for us and ready to be reenvisioned. Institutionalized and systemic racism, climate change, physical and mental health access, and social and economic disparities continue to manifest in and out of education. As researchers and practitioners, activists and policy makers, students and teachers, NEERO calls on each of us to rise up and leverage our expertise to share, collaborate, and learn through educational research.
To do so, at the NEERO 2023 Annual Meeting, we will ask: How have these multiple and overlapping crises influenced teaching and learning? In what ways does current curriculum, instruction, teaching and learning, research methods, and technology expand and empower equitable systems? How have elected officials and policy makers held us accountable for this work, and how should they? What have been the effects of these shared global realities on our youth, families, communities, administrators and educators?
A vital aspect to NEERO is providing a forum for novice and expert researchers, students, professors, policy makers, teachers, consultants, and activists to come together to share research and engage in critical dialogue. We invite undergraduate students, graduate students, practitioners, institutional researchers, faculty, policy makers, community organizers, and activists to submit proposals for the NEERO 2023 Annual Meeting. NEERO welcomes all submissions and particularly encourages submissions that are aligned with the theme that demonstrate impactful education research toward truth, equity, and accountability.
Early Career Achievement
The purpose of the award, established in 2012 in memory of Dr. Kim Fries, is to recognize the work of NEERO members who have demonstrated distinction in the early part of their professional careers.
Nominations at due by February 1, 2023.
John Schmitt Award
Outstanding Research at the Graduate Level
This award is presented for outstanding research at the graduate level. To be eligible the candidate must be an individual presenting at the NEERO Annual Conference who is currently enrolled in an advanced degree program, OR who is presenting a paper-based upon a thesis or dissertation that was completed during his or her graduate study in the past year.
Nominations at due by February 1, 2023.
Charlie Depascale Scholarship for Graduate Students
Graduate Student Scholarship
NEW! Charlie DePascale Scholarship for Graduate Students: Established in 2020 to celebrate Dr. Charlie DePascale's contributions to NEERO and lifelong commitment to supporting emerging researchers, the Charlie DePascale scholarship will be awarded to two graduate students who actively attend the NEERO 2021 Annual Meeting. Selected individuals will be granted a non-cash award for the conference fee to attend the subsequent Annual Meeting.