New magazine explores what really works in the classroom
Better: Evidence-based Education was launched in May 2009. Aimed at educational leaders and policy makers, the magazine offers easy access to the latest developments in education research. It features accessible articles from some of the most respected educational researchers in the world, all of which are rooted in rigorous research on what really works in the classroom.
Better is published three times a year by the Institute for Effective Education at the University of York, and the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University. For further information, or to get your copy, visit www.betterevidence.org.uk.