Opinion: How education research can impact policy decisions

05/6/2013 | Seattle Times, The

The American Educational Research Association recently wrapped up its annual conference, and columnist Lynne K. Varner, who tuned in online, writes it is this group and like-minded researchers who will have the greatest impact on education reform. In this column, Varner details new education research that could influence policy, including a focus on the importance of coaching teachers and how teachers can motivate and engage students.

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