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Topic: [math-learn] Is "Education Research" "Scientific Research" ? YES!"
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Robert Hansen

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Re: [math-learn] Is "Education Research" "Scientific Research" ? YES!"
Posted: Oct 19, 2012 8:34 PM
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Does it have to be published for you to judge its truthfulness or its validity? The reader should note that the truthfulness and validity of the Bishop/Milgram paper has never been questioned as has been the case with the Boaler paper. Not even by Hake.

Bob Hansen

On Oct 19, 2012, at 6:00 PM, Richard Hake <> wrote:

> whereas the unpublished, undated, and referenceless denunciation of
> Boaler's research by Bishop, Clopton, & Milgram at
> <> does not.

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