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Get Ready to Learn! case study: Ohio

Description:

AppleTree Institute conducted a randomized control trial in 50 classrooms to better understand the impact of Get Ready to Learn (GRTL), the first unit of the Every Child Ready instructional model. Comparisons between treatment and control classrooms indicated that when teachers implemented GRTL with at least a moderate degree of fidelity there were positive outcomes for teachers and children! (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Executive Summary
Country:
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Ohio

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