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For Shouhou and Hai Wang, researchers writing for the University of West Georgia’s Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, textbooks are “shamefully expensive.” The solution to this problem has been in the works for over ten years and its...
Pearson and the Behavioural Insights Team (headquartered in London) have partnered to publish “Behavioural Insights for Education: A practical guide for parents, teachers and school leaders” as part of Pearson’s Open Ideas series, gathering research from 7,500 schools in...
When we get to the cold-hard facts of budgets and spending in education, the tools economists have to offer simply cannot be ignored. With outstanding questions about the optimal use of resources and efficacy, long-term effects, and rates of...
As a learning economist, I will never not be amazed by how the Open Source markets —if you can call them that— seem to run. For reasons beyond what standard microeconomic theory can explain, people keep giving stuff away...