Johns Hopkins School of Education’s Center for Research and Reform in Education has been one of the pioneers in advocating for evidence-based reform — policies promoting the creation, evaluation, and widespread application of programs and practices that produce significantly better outcomes than current practices.

Evidence-based reform takes the findings of research showing what works in education and applies this data to classroom practice. Our team disseminates these findings through our websites,,,, newsletters, blogs, and through our ProvenTutoring coalition.

It is our goal that one day, evidence use in education will be as common as it is in medicine.

Robert E. Slavin

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