#commoncore Project: How Social Media is Changing the Politics of Education

You may have seen articles about this project.  Many articles about this project refer to this as a research report.  I hear many people refer to it as fake research.  So, as you peruse this report or actually read the information, do so with a questioning mind.

Hopefully,  I will be posting an article in a few days about this project report.  This posting is just to make sure you have access to the report in advance.

The report is posted online as an interactive website.  Some may find the interactive website to their liking while others, like myself, prefer the pdf version.  The pdf version can be downloaded by clicking here.

Here’s the title and some information from inside the pdf.

#commoncore Project: How Social Media is Changing the Politics of Education

Suggested Citation
Supovitz, J., Daly, A.J., del Fresno, M., & Kolouch, C. (2017). #commoncore Project. Retrieved from http://www.hashtagcommoncore.com.

Opinions expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) or its institutional members.

Funding
This project received funding support from the Milken Family Foundation, the Gates Foundation, and the Consortium for Policy Research in Education. The analyses, findings, and conclusions are the authors’ alone.

 

You can scroll through the pdf report below.

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