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EDUC 100: Will this be on the test? Standardized Testing and American Education

Professor Jeff Snyder--fall 2021

What is a peer-reviewed/scholarly/refereed article?

How to search ERIC for scholarly material


These indexes provide excellent coverage of topical media, such as newspapers and magazines, often from around the world.

Editorial vs Op-Ed

What is the difference between an "editorial" and an "Op-ed" article?

  • An editorial may appear in a newspaper or magazine, and expresses the point sof view of the editor or editorial team of said newspaper/magazine. it comprises the non-advertising parts of a magazine.
  • An Op-Ed piece appears opposite the editorial page in a newspaper. It is an opinion piece written by someone other than those who are part of a newspaper's editorial team.