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Reading Educational Research: How to Avoid Getting Statistically Snookered

Gerald Bracey’s primer on statistics comes out exactly when we need it most: when school folks are being driven crazy by the bureaucrats’ insistence on “data-driven” everything. But Bracey makes clear that data is rarely what it seems, and that both its producers and its users need to be much more sophisticated about what it […]

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