Educational Research and the Science of Education on JSTOR

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To rise to the challenges that beset our instructional methods, we should search insurance policies that foster innovation (and facilitate diffusion of successful improvements) while making certain high requirements for all. That this is difficult is for certain, however refusing to cope with this concern is likely to ensure mediocre average performance into the twenty first century, with inferior achievement being retained because the special patrimony of many of our nation’s poorest and most disadvantaged college students.


The mathematics was taught in the context of interdisciplinary, or thematic, studies focusing the attention of all … Read More