What readers say
Who reads the Marshall Memo? Principals, assistant principals, teachers, instructional coaches, superintendents, consultants, school board members, education professors, writers, and others. What do they think? Here are the results of a Survey Monkey questionnaire filled out by 2,517 readers in the summer of 2017:
Two professors at Miami University in Ohio, Joel Malin and Vijay Keshaorao Paralkar, published a detailed analysis and appreciation of the Marshall Memo ("Educational Knowledge Brokerage and Mobilization: The Marshall Memo Case" in International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, 2017, Vol. 12, #7):
The same authors penned a shorter article on the Memo: "The Marshall Memo: Knowledge Movement in K-12 Education" (Rethinking Research for Schools, December 22, 2017):
Here is what four subscribers said about the Marshall Memo:
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"An extraordinary resource for the busy educator."
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