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UPDATE: House Hearing Probes Education Research

For the readers who didn't have a chance to see the House Education and Workforce's subcommittee hearing this morning on reauthorizing federal education research law, check out my colleague Alyson Klein's take on the discussion over at Politics K-12.

When you're done, tell me what you think. Should the federal government be focusing more on researching implementation of top programs? Can research keep up with the policy demands for teacher and principal evaluation? Is there any chance, in this budget climate, of investment in Education Department research coming within shouting distance of the research investment over in the Health and Human Services Department?

Time will tell...

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