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The Romance Quest of Education Reform: A Discourse Analysis of the Los Angeles Times’ Reports on Value-Added Measurement Teacher Effectiveness


by Rachael Gabriel & Jessica Nina Lester - 2013


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 12, 2013, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17252, Date Accessed: 12/6/2019 6:07:34 PM
 
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  • Rachael Gabriel
    University of Connecticut
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    RACHAEL GABRIEL is an Assistant Professor of Reading Education at the University of Connecticut's Neag School of Education. She teaches courses focused on reading development and interventions. Her current research interests include teacher development and evaluation with a specific interest in related education policies, and the role of language in the construction of policy problems. She is also engaged in research on the role of teacher language use in reading and writing instruction.
  • Jessica Lester
    Indiana University
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    JESSICA NINA LESTER is an Assistant Professor Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University. She teaches research methods courses. Her main research interests lie at the intersection of cultural/social/historical understandings, psychological constructs, and education, particularly as related to the education of targeted youth. She is also examining the role of teacher language use in reading and writing instruction. She situates much of her research within disability studies and critical notions of human learning and development.
 
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