Harvard Educational Review
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    The Harvard Educational Review (HER) is a scholarly journal of opinion and research in education. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for discussion and debate about the field's most vital issues. Since its founding in 1930, HER has become one of the most prestigious education journals, with circulation to policy makers, researchers, administrators, and teachers.

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