The Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness is dedicated to advancing research relevant to practice, from early childhood through post-secondary education. The Society strives to generate knowledge and facilitate applications in new contexts and across fields.

Statements from the SREE Board of Directors 

The killing of George Floyd has shocked the conscience of the United States and, indeed, the world. Over the past week, we have witnessed outpourings of grief and anger that stem, in part, from a recognition that physical violence against Black people is both deeply rooted and all too familiar. The Board of Directors of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness condemns all forms of violence against Black people and the attitudes, systems, and policies from which this violence springs....

A message from Lashawn Richburg-Hayes 

It is with a heavy heart and frayed nerves that I write this message. As we continue to figure out how to manage the uncertainty of the pandemic, many of us are also managing additional rage, heartbreak, and frustration with another death of a Black man. As a Black woman—married to a Black man and a mother of two young Black men—my lived experience is one of fear and worry....

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