Graduate student education training is incredibly rigorous and high caliber, so what’s wrong with it? AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains why the scope of training is just as important as the quality.
ARTICLE — When education research training is like giving a power saw to a 5th-grader https://goo.gl/3Tkd8A
ARTICLE — The perils of narrow training in education research https://goo.gl/8aRvwk
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