Judy Florian

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The richness of life’s possibilities creates a paradox. It poses fundamental limitations on the ability of an organism to reason and act intelligently, as information in its environment is often ambiguous and consistent with an infinite number of interpretations. At the same time, interpretation of this information is required for intelligent action. To(More)
According to Education Week's annual review of education, Quality Counts (2001), all fifty states have established policies about standards, although Iowa requires only local district standards. All states have student-testing programs in literacy and mathematics, and the state tests are increasingly being used to hold students and educators accountable.(More)
and Data Use • Curriculum • Diversity • Early Childhood Education • Education Technology • Instruction • Leadership and Organization Development • Literacy • Mathematics • Professional Development • Rural Education • School Improvement and Reform • Science • Standards • Teacher Preparation and Retention Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning(More)
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