New report on SEA-provided supports and their impact

Sam Redding and I recently co-authored a report, for CCSSO, on SEA-provided supports and how SEA staff members evaluate more impact. The research brought up a lot of questions and much more extensive research should be completed to draw firm conclusions, but the findings are designed to start conversations within SEAs about what services we provide to low-performing schools, how we monitor the impact of those services, and if we assess for effectiveness of services overall. It’s a really interesting read that might be useful as SEAs finalize their ESEA flexibility waiver applications. The report can be found on CCSSO’s website, here.

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