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Learning Progressions in Science: An Evidence-based Approach to Reform

Abstract

"The purpose of this report is to describe the work that has been done so far on learning progressions in science, examine the challenges to developing usable learning progressions, determine if further investments are warranted, and if so, what investments are needed to realize their promised benefits. The report examines the quality and utility of the work done to date and identifies gaps in the fields that would have to be addressed in order to move the work forward. We hope this assessment of these fields of work will inform the national research and development agenda and be useful to those interested in learning progressions, including researchers, curriculum developers, teacher educators, assessment developers and policymakers."

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