10 Key Writing Policies and Practices for All Schools With Strong Evidence of Effectiveness From High-Quality Research
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The second installment of MCPER's new "10 Key" series, this document distills the latest research findings into 10 easy-to-follow recommendations that states, school districts, and schools can use to improve students' writing outcomes. Also included are descriptions of students' skills at several grade levels.
CitationThe Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk. (2016). 10 key writing policies and practices for all schools with strong evidence of effectiveness from high-quality research. Austin, TX: Author.
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