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Higher ed researchers offer valuable insight to K-12 curriculum practices

When developing curriculum and adopting new models or approaches, chief academic officers may benefit from working hand-in-hand with researchers at the college and university level. While partnerships between the two are not new, they may take some additional effort from school districts to arrange — but the added insight can be invaluable in the classroom.

Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education in Palo Alto, Calif. has worked for more than a decade with the San Francisco Unified School District, for example, conducting projects that put the university’s research into classroom practice faster.

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