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Which educational programs have been successfully evaluated in valid research?

Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE)

Empowering Educators with Evidence on Proven Programs

The BEE has answers to educators’ questions , such as:

  • “Which educational programs are likely to raise my students' test scores?”
  • “Should I focus on instructional processes, computer-assisted instruction, or curricula to improve student achievement?”
  • “Where do I find an effective reading program for English Language Learners?”

The Best Evidence Encyclopedia presents reliable, unbiased reviews of research-proven educational programs for grades K-12.

Program Areas Reviewed

  • Mathematics (Elementary, Middle and High School)
  • Reading (Upper Elementary, Middle and High School, English Language Learners)
  • Comprehensive School Reform Models (Elementary, Middle and High School)
  • Education Service Providers

Site Features

  • Consumer Reports®-style reviews of reading, math, ELL, and other programs
  • Interviews with educators using research-proven programs
  • Tools to support improvement teams, such as educator’s summaries and two-page briefs

For more information, contact thebee@bestevidence.org.

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