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Peer Review: Who Is a Peer and How Should One Behave?


by Ross Mitchell May 27, 2002

Suggestions for broader participation and greater efficiency in the peer review process while preserving quality and legitimacy.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 27, 2002
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10933, Date Accessed: 4/29/2017 9:29:07 AM

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  • Ross Mitchell
    Gallaudet University
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    ROSS E. MITCHELL, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist at the Gallaudet Research Institute (GRI), Gallaudet University. His interests include school organization, particularly mechanisms affecting the allocation of students and teachers to various classrooms and programs, the use of standardized academic achievement in policy and program evaluation, the education of deaf and hard of hearing students, and the sociology of childhood. Most recently, he and Michael A. Karchmer, also with the GRI, have written: "Chasing the Mythical Ten Percent: Parental Hearing Status of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in the United States" and "Demographic and Achievement Characteristics of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in the United States." He is currently project manager for the Stanford Achievement Test, 10th Edition, national standardization project for deaf and hard of hearing students in the United States.
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