With the publication of this book, the scholarly journal Issues in Education: Contributions from Educational Psychology is moving to a book series publication format. Carlson (University of California-Riverside) and Levin (University of Arizona) present material on aspects of the No Child Left Behind legislation, with discussions on areas such as f
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Focal Article: The No Child Left Behind Act and Scientific Research: A View from Washington, D.C., Valerie F. Reyna. Commentaries: A Matter of Proof: Why Achievement... Learning, Patricia A. Alexander and Michelle M. Riconscente. Federal Intrusion in Research and Teaching and the Medical Model Myth, Richard L. Allington, Educational Research and NCLB: A View from the Past, Robert C. Calfee. The Education Acts: Political Practice Meets Practical Problems, Scientific Processes, Process Control, and Parkinson's Law, Earl Hunt. Why Converging Scientific Evidence Must Guide Educational Policies and Practices, G. Reid Lyon. Response to Valerie F. Reyna's The No Child Left Behind Act and Scientific Research: A View from Washington, D. C., Douglas E. Mitchell, The No Child Left Behind Act: What if it Worked?, Angela M. O'Donnell. Educational Science: More Than Research Design, Gary D. Phys. What Role Should the Government Play in a Science of Education?, Michael Pressley. Scientific Research is Programmatic, Daniel H. Robinson. Prudent Inquiry: Conceptual Complexity Versus Practical Simplicity in Knowing What Works, William R. Shadish. Final Words, Valerie F. Reyna.
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