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Teachers’ Use of Intervention Programmes: Who Uses Them and How Context Matters

This new research report from the RAND Corporation provides insight into teachers’ use of intervention programmes and the factors that may influence that use.

The report found that, overall, intervention programmes were used less often for maths and in high (secondary) schools. Teachers were more likely to use intervention programmes in English (62%) than in maths (52%). Although high school teachers were least likely to use an intervention programme than elementary (primary) or middle school teachers, 42% of high school teachers reported using a reading or maths intervention.

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