As budget season heats up, school board members should make sure they are basing decisions at least partially on current research about what makes schools successful. A recent report out of the Center for Education Policy, Applied Research, and Evaluation at the University of Southern Maine conclusively – and not surprisingly – establishes that “…levels […]
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