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9 Research Studies You Should Check Out

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We are taking a short summer break this week from our regular posting schedule. In place of a typical post, we've put together a quick re-cap of the blog posts we've shared since May 8, organized by topic. We'll see you back next week when we return with all new posts!

 

COLLEGE-RELATED RESEARCH

LOS ANGELES

NEW YORK CITY

 

RESEARCH ON ACCELERATED COURSES

MINNESOTA

GRESHAM-BARLOW SCHOOL DISTRICT (OR)

 

RPPs: LESSONS LEARNED

KENTUCKY

MADISON (WI)

OREGON

 

RESEARCH ON TEACHER PREP PROGRAMS AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

STEM-FOCUSED

STATE-LEVEL (TN)

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