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8 March, 20118 March, 2011
Overview:
Please see below for a link to Valerie Strauss’s Answer Sheet blog from the Washington Post. Strauss’s influential blog is read by policy-makers and other stakeholders, and on rare occasion, she invites thought leaders to share their perspective on an important education issue.

Ray McNulty has thoughtfully made the case for fostering innovation – and looking for Next Practices to take student learning and engagement to new levels.
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Why schools should try things not "research-based"

By Valerie Strauss
This was written by Raymond J. McNulty, president of the International Center for Leadership in Education, a New York-based organization that assists schools and districts in implementing organizational change.

By Raymond J. McNulty
In the national quest to reform our K-12 school system, a buzz phrase in schools across the country has been "research-based best practices."

Please use link below to access the entire article.
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/answer-sheet/guest-bloggers/why-schools-should-try-things.html

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