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Revisiting the IES/NSF Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development After Five Years (2013-2018)

Mon, April 16, 10:35am to 12:05pm, New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Murray Hill Room West

Session Type: Invited Speaker Session

Abstract

The Institute of Education Sciences and the National Science Foundation released the Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development in August of 2013. The Guidelines seek to provide a broad framework to clarify research types and provide basic guidance about the purpose, justification, design features, and expected outcomes from various research types. The Guidelines are intended to be a “living document” to be adapted by agencies or divisions within agencies in response to needs and opportunities. Over time, the Guidelines may be elaborated or rearranged according to agency focus and assessments of the needs of education researchers and practitioners. Five years later, this panel of federal agency representatives and education researchers reflect on the Guidelines, their usefulness for the field of education research, relative areas of importance, and potential areas for improvement or revision in light of the current landscape of education research.

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