Wondering what was discussed at the nation’s largest education research conference? Education Week reporters were on site for the 2017 Annual Meeting at the American Educational Research Association, where more than 12,000 education researchers attended 2,500 sessions at the largest annual gathering of scholars in the field of education research. Education Week‘s Sarah D. Sparks attended sessions on science literacy, gifted English-language learners, and more.
In this video interview, Sparks sits down with Education Week‘s Elizabeth Rich to offer insights and key takeaways from the conference.
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