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  • Remedial and Special Education

We examined whether the 83 intervention studies published in six non-categorical research journals in special education in 2013 and 2014 might be considered replications.

  • Remedial and Special Education

The purpose of this article is to consider the potential benefits of conceptualizing special education intervention research within a framework of systematic, conceptual replication.

  • Remedial and Special Education

This article introduces the special issue on replication of special education intervention research by first providing an overview of concepts and issues related to replication.

  • Remedial and Special Education

In this review, we examined the extent and nature of replication of intervention research in special education using an “article progeny” approach and a three-pronged definition of replication (direct, conceptual, intervention overlap).

Derrick Alridge Speaks to the Educational Legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois in U.Va.'s 2012 Ridley Lecture

This webinar features interviews with award-winning South Carolina civil rights era photographer Cecil Williams and award-winning South Carolina artist and professor Leo Twiggs. The panelists discuss the legacy of their work for civil rights and African American education.

Mr. Edward Newton grew up in South Carolina in the 40s and 50s. In this episode he talks about his mother's creativity in the classroom, his upbringing, and why he got his graduate degree in New York City.