Research Commentaries: Engaging in Stewardship of Our Field

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Daniel Chazan University of Maryland

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Erin K. Lichtenstein University of Michigan

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In this editorial, we suggest that writing and reviewing Research Commentaries for the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME) are avenues through which all researchers on mathematics education can serve as stewards of our field.

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