Top 10 education scholars by public influence
Frederick M. Hess | Education Week
Stanford Scholars Named Among Most Influential In Education Public Policy mentioning Eric Hanushek, Caroline M. Hoxby, Terry M. Moe, Margaret (Macke) Raymond via Stanford News
The American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., put the spotlight on 200 influential scholars it said did the most to shape educational practice and policy in the past year.
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