Five essentials for effective evaluation audio paper

This audio paper was originally published 25 October 2017.

This audio paper sets out five conditions for effective evaluation in education, giving practical advice for both educators and policy makers.

Thinking evaluatively is important for identifying what works and encouraging continuous improvement.

Read by Rydr Tracy, CESE.


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  • Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation
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