Getting Schools Excited About Participating in Research
Robert E. Slavin
If America's school leaders are ever going to get excited about evidence, they need to participate in it. It's not enough to just make school leaders aware of programs and practices. Instead, they need to serve as sites for experiments evaluating programs that they are eager to implement, or at least have friends or peers nearby who are doing so.
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