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ESSA and Evidence Claims:
What “Evidence-Based” Really Means
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) recognizes the importance of “evidence-based” research and efficacy to improve student outcomes. Understanding not only the technicalities of what the law deems evidence-based, but also what questions to ask when evaluating a solution, will help districts find the products and programs that best fit their needs.
Download your copy of the whitepaper to read about:
How ESSA legislation defines “evidence-based”
Five important questions to ask when evaluating evidence-based interventions under ESSA
How to cut through research jargon and answer the question, “Does this intervention truly help students?”
About the Author
Luci Willits is Associate Vice President of Policy at Curriculum Associates.