Proven Programs vs. Local Evidence

All evidence from rigorous studies is good evidence, as long as it addresses actionable policies or practices that could make a difference for student outcomes. However, there is a big distinction between two kinds of good evidence that I think it is useful to make, says Robert E. Slavin, Director of the Center for research and reform in education at Johns Hopkins University.

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