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A general education resource guide for students at the University of Washington Tacoma. Get started with basic research skills for finding education related articles and books!

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About this Guide

Tyra Mariani, President and COO at New America, and former Chief of Staff
to the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education under the Obama Administration,
participating in Principal shadowing day at a Columbia Heights neighborhood school.  (Flickr U.S. Department of Education) CC BY 2.0

 

 

Welcome to the guide to doing research in Education.  This guide was created primarily for the classes at UW Tacoma.

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