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(p. 213) In Implementation: Consideration of Concepts and Mechanisms for Translation of Research Into Practice 

(p. 213) In Implementation: Consideration of Concepts and Mechanisms for Translation of Research Into Practice
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date: 22 February 2020

This chapter explores dynamics in play that are particularly unique to the U.S. public education system, and how these dynamics make the effective applicationof research-based knowledge in education an especially complex andchallenging task. It argues that the educationprofession must continue to advance a "knowledge-use" agenda if it wants toeffectively empower teachers and schools with the expertise they need to raisestudent achievement on a large scale.

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