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What Does Evidence-Based Really Mean Under ESSA?

ESSA prompts schools to use evidence-based interventions with students, particularly if those students qualify for Title 1 funding. While NCLB asked that schools use Òscientifically basedÓ interventions, ESSA has taken it a step further by encouraging schools and districts to put money and effort into programs and strategies that are backed by actual evidence, not just theory. Read ÒUnderstanding ESSA: What Does Evidence-Based Really Mean?Ó to learn what exactly "evidence-based" and "proven" results mean when it comes to ESSA.

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