The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) collects, screens, and identifies studies of effectiveness of educational interventions (programs, products, practices, and policies). The WWC regularly updates the WWC Technical Standards and their application to take account of new considerations brought forth by experts and users. Such changes may result in re-appraisals of studies and/or interventions previously reviewed and rated. The current WWC Standards offer guidance for those planning or carrying out studies, not only in the design considerations but the analysis and reporting stages as well. The WWC Standards, however, may not pertain to every situation, context, or purpose of a study and will evolve.
NCER Releases Two New Practice Guides: Encouraging Girls in Math and Science and Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student LearningSep 28Encouraging Girls in Math and Science is the second in a series of IES guides in education; Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student Learning is the third IES Practice Guide. (more info)
WWC Releases New Intervention Report - Success for AllAug 13Success for All (SFA)® is a comprehensive school reform model that includes a reading, writing, and oral language development program for students in pre-kindergarten through grade eight. (more info)
WWC Releases New Intervention Report - Ladders to Literacy for Kindergarten StudentsAug 13Ladders to Literacy is a supplemental early literacy curriculum published in Ladders to Literacy: A Kindergarten Activity Book. (more info)
WWC Releases New Intervention Report - The Voyager Universal Literacy System®Aug 13The Voyager Universal Literacy System® is a core reading program designed to help students learn to read at or above grade level by the end of the third grade. (more info)
WWC Releases New Intervention Report - Earobics®Aug 13Earobics® is interactive software that provides students in pre-K through third grade with individual, systematic instruction in early literacy skills as students interact with animated characters. (more info)What's New Archive