Continuing Towards International Perspectives in Educational Effectiveness Research

  title={Continuing Towards International Perspectives in Educational Effectiveness Research},
  author={James Hall and Pam Sammons and Ariel Lindorff},
The final chapter of this book identifies five themes that run across the previous chapters and then uses these to signpost future directions for Educational Effectiveness Research (EER) and for the continuing development of international perspectives within EER. The five themes include: 1. That reciprocal relationships exist between EER and International Large Scale Assessment studies. 2. That ‘context stripping’ is a particularly prominent hazard to international… 
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