The Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) at Johns Hopkins University has released its much anticipated website called Evidence for ESSA (www.evidenceforessa.org), a free web-based resource that provides easy access to information on programs that meet the evidence standards defined in the Every Student Succeeds Act.
The website is designed for education leaders at the state, district and school levels, to provide information to state chiefs, superintendents, principals, teachers, parents, and anyone else interested in using evidence to inform their conversations about what is best for students.
Programs are easily searchable. Users select “Reading” or “Math” and then “Elementary” or “Middle/High.” Results can be refined by ESSA Evidence Rating (promising, moderate or strong), Grade, Whole Class or Individual Intervention, Context (rural, suburban, urban), Demographic Subgroups, and other Features.
For more, see www.evidenceforessa.org