Education Research: A Century of Discovery
 
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Education Research: A Century of Discovery

Edited by Patricia Alexander (University of Maryland), Felice J. Levine (AERA), and William Tate (Washington University in St. Louis)

Volume 40

ISBN: 978-1-5063-7630-1

924 pages

The centennial volume of RRE takes a “retrospective, prospective” approach on a diverse range of education research topics spanning the last 100 years. While using historical trends as foundations for their chapters, the authors also look ahead to the most challenging issues and promising directions for the next century. The chapters contribute to cumulative knowledge, capture research developments and findings of sustained significance, and address research innovations anchored in their time or place, which could ultimately shape directions of scholarly promise and potential for the future. To bring conceptual cohesion to the volume, the editors nested the chapters in four thematic sections: (1) the Research Enterprise and the Doing of Education Research, (2) the Contexts of Education, (3) the Process of and Substance of Learning, (4) and the Changing Attention to Diversity and Difference.


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Education Research: A Century of Discovery

Patricia A. Alexander, Felice J. Levine, and William F. Tate

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I. The Research Enterprise and the Doing of Education Research

Chapter 1. The Federal Role in Education and the Rise of Social Science Research: Historical and Comparative Perspectives

Nancy Beadie

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Chapter 2. Scholarly Communication in AERA Journals, 1931 to 2014

Raf Vanderstraeten, Frédéric Vandermoere, and Maarten Hermans

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Chapter 3. The Impact of Political Context on the Questions Asked and Answered: The Evolution of Education Research on Racial Inequality

Amy Stuart Wells and Allison Roda

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Chapter 4. Assessment Gaze, Refraction, and Blur: The Course of Achievement Testing in the Past 100 Years

Eva L. Baker, Gregory K. W. K. Chung, and Li Cai

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Chapter 5. The Question of School Resources and Student Achievement: A History and Reconsideration

Larry V. Hedges, Terri D. Pigott, Joshua R. Polanin, Ann Marie Ryan, Charles Tocci, and Ryan T. Williams

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Chapter 6. Implementation Research: Finding Common Ground on What, How, Why, Where, and Who

Jeanne Century and Amy Cassata

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II. The Contexts of Education

Chapter 7. Education Research and the Shifting Landscape of the American School District, 1816 to 2016

David A. Gamson and Emily M. Hodge

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Chapter 8. The Political Economy of Market-Based Educational Policies: Race and Reform in Urban School Districts, 1915 to 2016

Janelle Scott and Jennifer Jellison Holme

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Chapter 9. Constructing and Reconstructing the “Rural School Problem”: A Century of Rural Education Research

Catharine Biddle and Amy Price Azano

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Chapter 10. From Vocational Education to Career Readiness: The Ongoing Work of Linking Education and the Labor Market

Shaun M. Dougherty and Allison R. Lombardi

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Chapter 11. The Organization of Informal Learning

Barbara Rogoff, Maureen Callanan, Kris D. Gutiérrez and Frederick Erickson

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III. The Process and Substance of Learning

Chapter 12. Exploring a Century of Advancements in the Science of Learning

P. Karen Murphy and Stephanie L. Knight 

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Chapter 13. Understanding and Promoting Thinking About Knowledge: Origins, Issues, and Future Directions of Research on Epistemic Cognition

William A. Sandoval, Jeffrey A. Greene, and Ivar Bråten

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Chapter 14. Research in Mathematics Education

Alan H. Schoenfeld

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Chapter 15. Science Education: From Separation to Integration

Marcia C. Linn, Libby Gerard, Camillia Matuk, and Kevin W. McElhaney

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Chapter 16. The Metatheoretical Assumptions of Literacy Engagement: A Preliminary Centennial History

George G. Hruby, Leslie D. Burns, Stergios Botzakis, Susan L. Groenke, Leigh A. Hall, Judson Laughter, and Richard L. Allington

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Chapter 17. Advancing the Science and Practice of Social and Emotional Learning: Looking Back and Moving Forward

David Osher, Yael Kidron, Marc Brackett, Allison Dymnicki, Stephanie Jones, and Roger P. Weissberg

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IV. The Changing Attention to Diversity and Differences

Chapter 18. Gender and Education

Lucy E. Bailey and Karen Graves

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Chapter 19. Rehumanizing the “Other”: Race, Culture, and Identity in Education Research

Jennifer M. Langer-Osuna and Na’ilah Suad Nasir

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Chapter 20. Making the Visible Invisible: Willful Ignorance of Poverty and Social Inequalities in the Research-Policy Nexus

Jeanne M. Powers, Gustavo E. Fischman, and David C. Berliner

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Chapter 21. Objects of Protection, Enduring Nodes of Difference: Disability Intersections With “Other” Differences, 1916 to 2016

Alfredo J. Artiles, Sherman Dorn, and Aydin Bal

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Chapter 22: Connecting the Present to the Past: Furthering the Research on Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

Doris Luft Baker, Deni Lee Basaraba, and Paul Polanco

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