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What We Know About Using Research Findings: Implications for Improving Special Education Practice

Gersten, R., Vaughn S., Deshler, D., & Schiller, E. (1997). What we know about using research findings: Implications for improving special education practice. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30(5), 466-476.

Topic: Research and Practice Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: Literature is reviewed that addresses why some research-based practices fail and the factors likely to lead to sustained use of research-based practices.

 

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