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POLITICA
PROOF, POLICY AND PRACTICE
PROOF, POLICY AND PRACTICE. UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF EVIDENCE IN IMPROVING EDUCATION
2015
RÚSTICA
978-1-57922-751-7
ENGLISH

sinopsis

This book bridges the divide. It argues that unrealistic expectations lead to both unproductive research and impossible standards for evidence-based policy and practice, and it offers promising ways for evidence to contribute to improvement. It analyzes the utility and limitations of the different research methods that have been applied to policy and practice, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of educational reform strategies. It explains why using evidence for accountability often makes things worse rather than better.Paul Lingenfelter offers educational researchers and policy makers a framework for considering such questions as: What problems are important and accessible? What methods will be fruitful? Which help policy makers and practitioners make choices and learn how to improve? What information is relevant? What knowledge is valid and useful? How can policy makers and practitioners establish a more productive division of labor based on their respective capabilities and limitations? He cautions against the illusion that straight-forward scientific approaches and data can be successfully applied to society's most complex problems...


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