Thursday, January 4, 2018

We're going to have to stop saying mean things about Harvard Graduate School of Education

...if only for this research:
School administrators may want to be even more aggressive in calling for weather-related closures. A new study conducted by Harvard Kennedy School Assistant Professor Joshua Goodman finds that snow days do not impact student learning. In fact, he finds, keeping schools open during a storm is more detrimental to learning than a closure.
Enjoy the snow! 

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