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Exploring What Works in Science Education

Today’s New York Times has a special section titled “Learning What Works,” with articles examining a range of topics in science education from the Common Core to the use of randomized clinical trials to study education programs to a look at why certain math and science fields remain dominated by men.

Check out the dozen plus articles in the special section here.

 

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  1. linda #

    Did you catch this?

    Also noteworthy was what the reforms did not include. Parents were not offered vouchers for private schools. The state did not close poorly performing schools, eliminate tenure for teachers or add merit pay. The reforms did allow for some charter schools, but not many.

    Then the state, by and large, stayed the course.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/03/science/expecting-the-best-yields-results-in-massachusetts.html?_r=0

    September 3, 2013

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