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Evidence-based policies in UK schools

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The National Foundation for Educational Research, the UK’s largest independent provider of research, assessment and information services for education, training and children’s services, has released a recent study on “Using evidence in the classroom: what works and why?“. Based on UK recent evidence, the research seeks to identify factors that enable effective use of evidence within schools, discuss ways in which evidence is being produced and used in practice and analyse evaluations of the effectiveness of different approaches to evidence use. One of the key findings of the study is that knowledge mobilisation can be better achieved through transversal partnerships: indeed, evidence should not be only summarised to be put into practice but rather needs interaction and collaboration between teaching professionals and researchers, sometimes via intermediary organisations.

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