Journal article

Evidence informed practice needed to buck trends in education

School leadership Educational evaluation Schools Education Australia

This article emphasises why establishing a culture of evidence informed practice is critical in reversing the national decline in educational outcomes. This creates important benefits for schools in areas with low socioeconomic status. It argues that supporting school leaders to engage with evidence is a catalyst for reliable school improvement. This will require: more evidence of what has worked, meaningful access to evidence, and improving the conditions and capabilities for effective engagement.

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