Changing Polices and Practices in Education
Changing Polices and Practices in Education
 
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Changing Policies and Practices in Education Around the World: What Can We Learn?

Researchers Examine Ways That Research-Based Policy Changes Can Improve Education

In an effort at school reform, nations around the world use the evidence base to change policies and practice. Researchers from Finland, Canada, China, and the United States examine connections between research, policy, and practice in an international environment and the impact of research on educational improvement.

Presidential Session
Cosponsor:
Division L - Educational Policy and Politics

Schedule Information:
Time: Sunday, April 15, 8:15 a.m.–9:45 a.m.  
Building/Room: Vancouver Convention Centre, First Level - West Ballroom A

Session Participants:
Chair: Ann Lieberman (Stanford University) alieberman@stanford.edu
Participant: A. Lin Goodwin (Columbia University) alg25@columbia.edu
Participant: Karen M. Hammerness (Bard College) hammerness@optonline.net
Participant: Hannele M. Niemi (University of Helsinki) hannele.niemi@helsinki.fi
Participant: Benjamin Levin (OISE/University of Toronto) ben.levin@utoronto.ca

Purposeful Policy and Practice for Equity and Quality - A Finnish Case
Hannele M. Niemi (University of Helsinki - hannele.niemi@helsinki.fi)

Paper - A. Lin Goodwin

A. Lin Goodwin (Columbia University - alg25@columbia.edu)

Paper - Qiang Wang
Qiang Wang (Beijing Nornmal University - wangqiang20110821@yahoo.com)

Discussant: Ann Lieberman (Stanford University) alieberman@stanford.edu
 
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