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Exploring EBIs: Assessing Evidence Strength and Using Research Clearinghouses
NEW! Recorded in December 2019, Federal Programs Unit staff --Senior Consultant Jeremy Meredith and Research Analyst Mary Shen—discuss useful K-12 education research clearinghouses, how to navigate What Works Clearinghouse (WWC), and considerations regarding ESSA and evidence strength: Exploring Solutions Webinar and PowerPoint
NEW! Recorded in December 2019, Federal Programs Unit Senior Consultant Jeremy Meredith discusses how to effectively describe and provide citations of EBIs to meet key state and federal planning and grant application requirements: Documenting Solutions Webinar and PowerPoint
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) defines evidence-based interventions (EBIs) as an activity, strategy, or intervention that demonstrates a statistically significant effect on improving student outcomes or other relevant outcomes. To determine whether an intervention meets this definition, strength of evidence must be assessed. This page offers guidance on how to assess strength of evidence – the first selection consideration when exploring EBIs.