Self-Study Guide for Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Literacy Education
The Self-study Guide for Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Literacy Education helps adult literacy education providers collect, organize, and analyze evidence they can use to plan for and improve program implementation and performance.
The Self-study Guide for Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Literacy Education can benefit states, districts, colleges, and programs implementing adult literacy education create a well-developed implementation plan that will help assess and inform program improvement. It is designed to help educators to engage in thoughtful conversations about program implementation, consider which types of targeted evidence to collect that will provide the information and evidence needed for effective program implementation, and identify which components of adult education instruction may be most important for evaluating program implementation.
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