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Educational Research

by Robert McClintock - March 28, 2007

Educational research accumulates in great, growing bulk, with all manner of contradictory findings, and no leverage by which to effect practice in any significant way. Better schooling depends, less on research, but on adequate resources for the job, human and financial, and lots of hard work, day by day, in an ethos of support and high expectation, in school and out.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 28, 2007
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13956, Date Accessed: 6/13/2021 9:16:22 AM

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  • Robert McClintock
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    ROBBIE MCCLINTOCK has been a member of the Teachers College faculty for forty years. In 2005 he published Homeless in the House of Intellect, an essay on the academic study of education. Currently he works with colleagues to develop StudyPlace.org — an engine of knowledge and thought, free and open to all, advancing the world's responses to the basic question, What educates?
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