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What works in education? The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE) presents reliable, unbiased reviews of research-proven educational programs to help:

POLICY MAKERS use evidence to make informed choices.

PRINCIPALS choose proven programs to meet state standards.

TEACHERS use the most powerful tools available.

RESEARCHERS find rigorous evaluations of educational programs.

    ...because all children deserve the best in education

  Useful BEE Resource: Program Overviews
Search for a program reviewed on the BEE and find an overview of useful information about the program, including evidence of effectiveness ratings and contact information.

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Effective Programs for Secondary Science


Our new review summarizes the evidence on four types of programs designed to improve the science achievement of students in grades 6-12.



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