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NEC Journal of Applied Educational Research

NEC Journal of Applied Educational Research

The New England College Journal of Applied Educational Research (NECJAER) is an open resource journal. The purpose of this journal is to help educators advance the cause of making education equitable for all students.

The contents of this journal may be freely used for personal and other educational purposes. Content should be appropriately cited and credit given to the authors of any ideas used from any article. The contents of this journal should not be used by any individual or organization to make money.

 

RESEARCH STUDIES

Increasing Access to Math Learning for ALL: NEC’s Flagway Math Literacy Initiative
William Preble, EdD & Carlton J. Fitzgerald, EdD, New England College, Henniker, NH

Middle School Students’ Mathematics Attitude Profiles: Real-Time Origins and Classroom Implications
Richard A. Andrusiak, EdD, River Valley Community College, Claremont, NH

The Correlation Between School-Based Externalizing/Acting Out Behaviors, Belonging, and Opioid Misuse
Carolyn Curtis, EdD, Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg, ME

An Examination of Educational Resources on Student Performance
Erik Dey, EdD, Coleytown Middle School, Westport, CT

Asian American Student Engagement on College Campuses
Cassie Kao, EdD, Salem State University, Salem, MA

Exploring Persistence in Student Affairs
Brent D. Turner, EdD, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

 

RESEARCH IDEAS

The New Rites of Passage: Regulation and Relationships
Kimberly D. Hellerich, EdD, New England College, Henniker, NH

English Language Learners (ELL) Does Not Equal Special Education
Lori Simpson, MEd, Clark University; Paige Fournier, MEd New England College