Education Department's New Research and Development Centers

December 1985
Education Week;12/4/1985, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p13
The article presents the list of the winners of grants to operate the U.S. Dept. of Education's network of educational research and development centers. The centers include the Center on Teacher Education of the Michigan State University, Center on Student Testing, Evaluation and Standards of the University of California-Los Angeles, Center for the Study of Writing of the University of California-Berkeley, and Center for the Study of Learning of the University of Pittsburgh.


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