Opportunities for Actionable Evidence at the IES
A conversation about generating and using evidence that is actionable for practitioners, researchers, and policymakers
An interactive discussion on the opportunities IES sees for generating and using evidence that is actionable for practitioners, researchers, and policymakers; upcoming evaluation guidelines and requirements, including funding streams; and where there may be ways to support greater adoption of practitioner-centric and equitable practices.
Dr. Elizabeth Albro, Commissioner, National Center for Education Research at the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences
Jennifer Brooks, Senior Impact Advisor, Project Evident
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