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Georgia Educational Research Association invites proposal submissions for its 45th annual conference

The call for proposals is open for the 45th annual Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA) conference, taking place on Oct. 2 at the Georgia Tech Savannah Campus. The priority deadline for submissions is Aug. 30.

This conference allows educational researchers, including faculty, administrators, and graduate and undergraduate students, to share their research and progress, as well as attend and participate in multiple research presentations. The conference also features the organization’s annual business meeting.

In concurrence with the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the theme for this year is “The Power and Possibilities for Public Good.”  

Those interested in submitting a proposal may also be considered for the Distinguished Paper Award, which allows the winner to present at the 2021 AERA Annual Meeting. Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to submit papers for the Outstanding Student Research Award, the winner of which will receive recognition at this year’s GERA conference.

To submit a proposal, please visit

For more information on GERA from the Division of Continuing Education, please contact conference specialist Michel Blitch at


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