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Urban Education

Updated: Apr 18, 2019


After being in urban education for numerous years, educators are always trying to find out what works best.  So often you look to how you were educated as a child and mimic how you learned information.  We now know that yes that works but it doesn't work best!!  When Hattie updated his meta-analysis studies it gave all educators who use the material a level playing field.  If you inherited students who were behind on their studies you can apply an evidence-based strategy to reduce that deficiency.  Thanks to Hattie for compiling these amazing studies.


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