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Research Priorites: Shaping a National Vision for Educational Research

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Author: Sharon P. Robinson, Assitant Secretary of Education  US Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Submitter : Peter Shea


"...these priorities are a framework for knowledge that will support better teaching and improved student learning in and beyond America's schools and classrooms. The priorities are intended both as a basis for federal investment in education research and as a starting point for a larger national conversation. As part of that... More

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Avatar for Nancy J. Pelaez
12 years ago

Nancy J. Pelaez (Faculty)

This item has been triaged by the Teacher Education Editorial Review Board.
Although it will not be reviewed, we invite you to add a comment if you have
used this item. 55

Avatar for Peter Shea
13 years ago

Peter Shea (Faculty)

This is a very detailed and useful report. It presents a broad vision on the
relationship between educational research and best practices. The only drawback
is that it appears somewhat static, i.e. although it is listed as a "biennial"
report two years have past and no additions have been made.

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