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Practitioner Research in a Time of Triple Crisis: When Too Much is Not Enough

We are living in terribly perilous times. And the stress of it all showers down on us daily. In its August 25 weekly online Education Briefing, The New York Times proclaimed “A bumpy fall semester.”[i]  The article focuses on the impact of current COVID anxieties and the political divides associated with determining how best to respond to COVID and school […] Read Moreabout Practitioner Research in a Time of Triple Crisis: When Too Much is Not Enough

The SPF Blog: Issues in Practitioner Research, Policy Making in Helping Professions and Social Change

Around six years ago my wife and I were beginning to have some serious conversations about our upcoming retirements from higher education including our evolving views of what we had accomplished as teachers and as scholars in education, where we had fallen short in our original goals and aspirations, and what we wanted to do for the after-retirement period. We […] Read Moreabout The SPF Blog: Issues in Practitioner Research, Policy Making in Helping Professions and Social Change