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Topic: In Defense of the NRC's "Scientific Research in Education'"
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Robert Hansen

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Re: In Defense of the NRC's "Scientific Research in Education'"
Posted: Oct 27, 2012 1:08 PM
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On Oct 27, 2012, at 11:29 AM, Haim <hpipik@netzero.com> wrote:

> Robert Hansen Posted: Oct 27, 2012 10:21 AM

>> The only substitute for hard science is hard science and
>> hard science is only obtainable through critical
>> discourse. Something that education research seems to
>> not only lack, but despises.

> "Despise"? No doubt there is some of that, but the better word might be "fear".
> Haim
> No representation without taxation.

Well, they are in the wrong business (science) then. And I think they know that. They are more comfortable with it being as Wayne describes it, a religion. You are either a member of the flock or you are not.

Bob Hansen

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