What's New at the WWC
Jan04

Now Available: Online Regression Discontinuity Design Training

The What Works Clearinghouse Regression Discontinuity Design training is now available online. This free training allows researchers and potential reviewers to become certified reviewers by viewing video modules and taking a certification exam at their own pace. >> More info

Dec31

Reviewing Studies for the What Works Clearinghouse

This WWC webinar discussed processes for screening, reviewing, and reconciling WWC studies using the Online Study Review Guide (OSRG) and included live demonstrations of screening and reviewing studies in the OSRG. >> More info

Dec28

Highlights of the Distance Learning Rapid Evidence Review

In early 2021, the WWC conducted a rapid distance learning evidence review. This infographic offers users a high-level summary of the findings from the rapid review. >> More info

Dec20

More Evidence Needed on Distance Learning

This infographic highlights what the WWC learned about evidence gaps identified as part of the WWC’s rapid distance learning evidence review. >> More info

Dec16

WWC Intervention Effectiveness Ratings

This video describes how ratings in each Intervention Report provide WWC users with valuable information about the research quality and key findings of the research on that intervention. It explains the ratings currently used on the WWC website under Version 4.1 of the Procedures Handbook. >> More info

Dec13

Making Evidence-Based Decisions: WWC Ratings and Evidence Levels

The WWC released an infographic that describes the specific ratings and elements used to describe strength of evidence for individual studies, intervention reports, and practices guides, as well as the process to determine those ratings. >> More info

Nov30

New Intervention Report: Pathway to Academic Success Project

The WWC’s latest intervention report examining the Pathway to Academic Success Project has identified potentially positive effects on writing quality, writing conventions, and literacy achievement for students in grades 6 – 12 compared with business-as-usual professional development and English language arts instruction. >> More info

Nov30

New Protocol: Systematic Review Protocol for English Language Arts Interventions

The WWC has added a new protocol to guide systematic reviews of evidence on interventions designed to improve English language and literacy skills of students in kindergarten to grade 12. The new protocol is used in conjunction with version 4.1 of the Standards and Procedures Handbooks and the Study Review Protocol. >> More info

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Resources for Educators

Resources for Educators

Visit our resources for educators page to access videos, webinars, and other helpful materials with guidance on evidence-based practices.

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