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date: 26 June 2022

Success for Alllocked

Success for Alllocked

  • Robert E. SlavinRobert E. SlavinJohns Hopkins University
  •  and Nancy A. MaddenNancy A. MaddenJohns Hopkins University

Summary

The development, evaluation, and dissemination of Success for All (SFA)—a comprehensive improvement approach for elementary schools—is a story of how developers, coaches, researchers, and practitioners work together to implement this program. There is considerable formal research informing the program and its continual development. However, although there is reliance on rigorous, quantitative research methods in informing model development, there is also a very strong commitment to learn from teacher practice. SFA seeks a constant interplay between teachers’ practice and research. The knowledge SFA coaches bring to the table, many of whom were former SFA teachers, is also integral to the continual development of the model and its implementation strategies.

Subjects

  • Education, Change, and Development
  • Educational Systems

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