Johns Hopkins University Launches “Evidence for ESSA”

Johns Hopkins University Launches “Evidence for ESSA”

February 28, 2017

The Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University launched “Evidence for ESSA,” a website that “reviews every math and reading program for grades K to 12” and determines which programs “meet the strong, moderate, or promising levels of evidence defined in ESSA.” According to Robert Slavin, director of the Center, the interactive online platform helps stakeholders find strong programs for various learning groups, study “ambassador schools,” and receive “commentary and advice from program users and developers.”