Local Knowledge, Research Knowledge, and Educational Change: A Case Study of Early Spanish Reading Improvement

Local Knowledge, Research Knowledge, and Educational Change: a Case Study of Early Spanish Reading Improvement
Reforming schools depends on the interplay between research and local knowledge. This article uses examples from a multiyear project to improve reading achievement of Spanish-speaking children. Continue reading Local Knowledge, Research Knowledge, and Educational Change: A Case Study of Early Spanish Reading Improvement

Research Use in School District Central Office Decision Making: A Case Study

Research Use in School District Central Office Decision Making: a Case Study
This case study of Hamilton School District and three central office decisions examines the role of research in central office decisions, focusing on how research is used, what research resources are used, and the factors that influence use. Continue reading Research Use in School District Central Office Decision Making: A Case Study