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Mind the gap - the new ASE Guide to Research in Science Education. In 2011, ASE published new editions of the Guide to Primary Science Education (edited by Wynne Harlen) and the Guide to Secondary Science Education (edited by Martin Hollins), both have been completely rewritten to reflect the tremendous changes that have taken place since earlier editions. To complete the trio of Guides, ASE is now pleased to announce the publication of the ASE Guide to Research in Science Education.

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