Changing the Odds: What Matters Most for Student Achievement (2010)

For this report, McREL examined thousands of studies and reports to identify the school practices that demonstrate the largest effects on student achievement, distilling the most important influences and approaches into five “high-leverage, high payoff” areas for improving students’ chances for academic and life success. The report also asserts that to improve, educators don’t need more guidance, they may actually need less.

Goodwin, B. (2010). Changing the odds for student success: What matters most. Denver, CO: McREL International.

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