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Jo Evershed and Dr Hannah Pimperton

Educational practice is currently informed by many different research approaches; qualitative, quantitative, short term, longitudinal, lab-based, school based, teacher led and researcher led to name a few. All these approaches should continue to have a place in the evolution of education policy. Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) also have a place within the myriad of tools

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International Development – Where is the Evidence?

Date: Friday 6th March, 2015 Start Time: 17:30 hrs Venue: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College Humanitarian and development organisations are increasingly pressured to show that their decisions are based on the ‘best available evidence’ and that their interventions and programmes do have an impact. But where is the evidence for this, how does it reach

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