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What Counts as Evidence in Educational Settings?: Rethinking Equity, Diversity, and Reform in the 21st Century

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What Counts as Evidence in Educational Settings?: Rethinking Equity, Diversity, and Reform in the 21st Century - Luke, Allan (Editor), and Green, Judith Lee (Editor), and Kelly, Gregory J (Editor)
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The most durable and robust problem facing educational research since the mid-twentieth century is the persistence of educational inequality. Under new economic, technological and cultural conditions, many diverse populations and communities face emergent and long-standing patterns of educational exclusion and marginalization. The authors examine what constitutes evidence in education research within and across a broad range of educational issues, and how evidence can be, and is used, to shape regional, national, and ...

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What Counts as Evidence in Educational Settings?: Rethinking Equity, Diversity, and Reform in the 21st Century 2010, Sage Publications, Inc, Thousand Oaks

ISBN-13: 9781412981910

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