Private Data in Education Research

Jul 4, 2017 by

Special Section: The Problem of Private Data in Education Research: Some researchers prefer to publish studies based on data they keep secret, unidentified. Such studies and the recommendations based on them may persist forever unchallenged. They are non-replicable, non-falsifiable. Debates are diffused because only the study authors have access to the study data. Occasionally, however, skeptical critics may pierce the veil of secrecy through intrepid investigations of their own:

Source: Special Section: Private Data in Education Research

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