Never judge a book by its cover—use student achievement instead | Brookings Institution

Textbooks and instructional materials should be judged for their effectiveness using student achievement, says Thomas Kane. Measuring achievement gains using common assessments could be a much faster way to evaluate curricula than using randomized clinical trials.

Source: Never judge a book by its cover—use student achievement instead | Brookings Institution

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