Video seminar – Turning Evidence into Action: Thinking differently on how we think

Over time do we become an individual who has many great dreams but accomplishes few of them or a person who spends less and less time pondering how ‘a thing’ could be so much more and become delivery or “do” focused”? A videoconference workshop Australia 1 June.

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Investing In Innovation – a need to apply what we know about evidence-based policy

The new funding rules for the US Department of Education’s $650 million Investing in Innovation appear based on an out-of-date model of evidence-based policy and hierarchy of evidence. Recent developments in our understanding of evidence-based policy would suggest changes are needed to the selection criteria and to how successful proposals will be evaluated.

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