This quick-start guide provides State Education Agencies (SEAs) a brief overview of the self-study process for identifying evidence-based iInterventions for school improvement. This process helps SEAs to identify appropriate and relevant interventions that may be implemented in schools requiring comprehensive or targeted support. The quick-start guide provides an overview of the purpose of the document, a description of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) levels of evidence, a description of the self-study process and screen shots of each of the tools which are available and described in more detail in the full SEA Guide for Identifying Evidence-Based Interventions for School Improvement.

November 16, 2016

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    Why it is necessary to conduct a self-study.

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    How to determine interventions that are relevant and appropriate for consideration.

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    How to help choose the best evidence-based options for school improvement plans.

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    What tools are available to assist with the self-study process.

Key Takeaway

The Importance of Getting a quick start to identifying school improvement interventions

The Quick-Start Guide is intended to help State Education Agencies (SEAs) begin the self-study process quickly. Self-study is a process that facilitates thoughtful investigation and discussion of an issue or topic so a collaboration of stakeholders can make prudent decisions.

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