Archival Infrastructures for Supporting Research That Treats Mathematics Education Research as a Situated Activity

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  • 1 University of Maryland
  • | 2 University of Michigan
  • | 3 Michigan State University
  • | 4 University of Wisconsin–Madison

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We appreciate suggestions from Paola Valero for the content of this editorial.

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