Professor Baker’s new book, The Schooled Society, was named Outstanding Book of the Year by the American Education Research Association. Click here to read more.
Soon after, The Schooled Society was awarded a Silver Medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPYs).
On April 24th, Professor Baker called into the Matt Townsend Show. During the interview he was asked about the Flynn Effect and discussed his work on education and intelligence. Click here to listen.
Professor David Baker was interviewed by Pacific Standard magazine for a piece on the effects of education on intelligence. The Pacific Standard article summarizes recent studies that counter the common assumption that intelligence is entirely determined by genetics. Click here to read more.
The American Institutes for Research recently published a research paper written by team members William C. Smith and Frank Fernandez. The report is titled “Education and Wage Gaps: A Comparative Study of Immigrant and Native Employees in the United States and Canada.” Findings from the paper were presented at an invitational conference with the theme: “Taking the Next Step with PIAAC: A Research-to-Action Conference.” Click here to watch a recording of the presentation, or click here to access the PowerPoint slides, research paper in full text, and a one-page summary of the main findings.
Click here to check out recent publications by members of the research team! New articles have been printed in Intelligence and Social Science and Medicine.
Professor David Baker was interviewed by Ryan Allen for New Books in Education. In the interview, Professor Baker discussed how he came to be an education researcher, the education revolution, and his new book The Schooled Society.
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Forum for International Research in Education (FIRE) published a series of reviews on The Schooled Society followed by a response by the book’s author, David Baker. Click here to read more.