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Sustaining Coherent Reform: An Evaluation Guide for Districts and Schools (2010)

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This guide helps districts and schools evaluate their reform efforts—both to meet requirements for external accountability (such as School Improvement Grants) and to meet their own needs for useful evaluative information. The guide helps administrators plan and conduct a focused, practical evaluation of school reform implementation and impact; report key findings in formats useful to stakeholders; and use the findings for program improvement.

Cicchinelli, L., & Barley, Z. (2010). Sustaining coherent reform: An evaluation guide for districts and schools. Denver, CO: McREL International.

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McREL is a non-profit, non-partisan education research and development organization that since 1966 has turned knowledge about what works in education into practical, effective guidance and training for teachers and education leaders across the U.S. and around the world.