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Comprehensive School Reform

Understanding the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001:

Scientifically Based Research

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Scientifically Based Research and the CSR Program (Comprehensive School Reform [CSR] Guidance: Appendix C) is designed to help school staffs increase their understanding of what SBR is, and use that understanding to assess the quality, relevance, and usefulness of the research they examine.

What Works Clearinghouse Web site contains Web-based databases that provide a compendium of high-quality scientific research studies and reviews of scientific evidence of effectiveness of educational programs, practices, products, and policies.

Identifying Research-Based Solutions for School Improvement, an online workshop from the National Clearinghouse for Comprehensive School Reform, is designed to provide educators with the skills they need to find, identify, and make good use of the best available educational research.

The Iowa Professional Development Model provides a framework intended to assist districts, schools, and individuals as they design professional development programs.

Education Commission of the States Web site contains resources and a Web-based summary of state policies and activities related to NCLB requirements and SBR.

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