What doesn't work in education?

NPR interviews Professor John Hattie about five big ideas in education that don't work
What doesn't work in education?

Professor John Hattie, of the University of Melbourne in Australia (and an Associate Editor for npj Science of Learning), pioneered the use of meta-analyses to determine the most effective educational interventions. In this interview with NPR, he covers five frequently discussed and widely implemented policies, the evidence against them, and alternative strategies worth adopting.

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