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    research going back to the seventies

    I'm not sure what the following in red is saying.

    Students now work at their own pace and advance to the next topic only once they have thoroughly learned last. "This is called mastery-based learning," says Sinha, "and there's research going back to the seventies that shows it produces greater student engagement and better results."

    Is this saying "there's research that has been conducted from 1970s"?

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    Re: research going back to the seventies

    NOT A TEACHER

    It means that there is research from the 1970s to now.
    Last edited by Chicken Sandwich; 12-Aug-2012 at 15:15.

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    Re: research going back to the seventies

    That is, research with various publication dates, the earliest being some time in the 1970s.

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