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The 2020 NCARE Annual Meeting and Conference will be held February 27th & 28th at the Greensboro - High Point Marriott Airport in Greensboro, NC.  

NCARE 2020 Important Conference Dates:

  • September 1: Call for Proposals Opens
  • October 1: Conference Registration opens
  • October 31: Deadline to submit paper proposals via NCARE website (11:59pm).  Only posters and roundtables will be accepted during the extension period if a deadline extension is needed.
  • December 1: Presenters are notified of status.
  • February 6: Deadline to Book Your Room.

Please consider staying at our conference hotel this year.  The Greensboro - High Point Marriott Airport has reserved a room block for NCARE 2020 that is available until February 6, 2020.  Click here to book your room!

2019 NCARE Outstanding Paper Awards

The Marvin Wyne Outstanding Student Paper was titled, “Differences in Writing Self-efficacy and Writing SRL Strategies: A Function of Gender, Major, and SES.”  The author is Ting Sun from UNC Charlotte.

The Distinguished Paper Award Winner was Dr. Lee Casey from UNC Charlotte.  His paper was titled, "Academic Resiliency among African-American Males in Secondary Schools.”  The author is Lee Casey from UNC Charlotte.  Dr. Casey will present his paper during the SRERA session at the 2020 AERA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.  

Congratulations to the Outstanding Student Poster for NCARE 2019!

Examining the Effect of Block Scheduling on High School Academic Performance in NC.

Ukhyun Cho, Kun Su, & David Chen

UNC Greensboro

JAEPR Publication Opportunity

NCARE members are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration and to serve as peer reviewers.  To be considered for inclusion in this special issue of JAEPR, manuscripts must be submitted online by June 30, 2019.  For information regarding types of submissions and how to apply online, please see the “About” tab at: http://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr. Papers presented at the NCARE Annual Meeting will undergo peer review and are not guaranteed inclusion in the issue.

For more information please visit our Publications page.

NCARE is an affiliate member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) through the Consortium of State and Regional Educational Research Associations (SRERA).

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