In my post "Next Generation Science Standards: Good or Bad for Science Education?" I inadvertently omitted the:

REFERENCES [URLs shortened by <http://bit.ly/> and accessed on 20 March 2013.]
Hake, R.R. 2013a. " The Contentious Common Core Controversy," online on the OPEN! AERA-H archives at <http://bit.ly/Y7ocMv>. Post of 3 Mar 2013 11:01:22 to AERA-H and Net-Gold. The abstract and link to the complete post are being transmitted to several discussion lists and are also on my blog "Hake'sEdStuff" at <http://bit.ly/Z7TV0W> with a provision for comments.

Hake, R.R. 2013b. "The Contentious Common Core Controversy #2" online on the OPEN! AERA-L archives at <http://bit.ly/Wtj62R>. Post of 5 Mar 2013 11:32:15-0800 to AERA-L and Net-Gold. The abstract and link to the complete post are being transmitted to several discussion lists and are also on my blog "Hake'sEdStuff" at <http://bit.ly/W3hTwX> with a provision for comments.

Hake, R.R. 2013c. Next Generation Science Standards: Good or Bad for Science Education? online as a 221 kB pdf at <http://bit.ly/147K6qY>. The abstract and link  on my blog "Hake'sEdStuff" at <http://bit.ly/ZLp6B7> with a provision for comments.

Sorry for the error.

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