The Rise of Intermediary Organizations in Knowledge Production, Advocacy, and Educational Policy
by Christopher Lubienski, Janelle Scott & Elizabeth H. DeBray - July 22, 2011
This commentary examines the rise of intermediary organizations that "broker" research for policymakers, and considers the implications for traditional forms of knowledge production.
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