Cleveland Vouchers Reanalysis -- "released"
But the disturbing thing is how Ed Week goes ahead and treats all research equal, whether it's been vetted or not, whether the paper is a major contribution or a clever opinion piece dressed up with some numbers. They give the reader no clue about whether a study is authoritative or not. If Joe Shmo writes a working paper on a hot button issue and sends a press release to newspaper editors with a link to the Joe Shmo Center for Recent Research, the editors shouldn't just reprint the news release with a few quotes from their usual roster of reactors who have read only an abstract (if that). This is pure laziness and is shameful. My question is: Why does Ed Week not read and heed their own piece on this sloppy journalistic practice?
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