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Research and analysis
School leadership evidence review: using research evidence to support school improvement
Find out how research can contribute to school improvement and explore how to use research evidence in your school.
It is recognised as increasingly important to use research evidence across a range of contexts to:
- inform professional practice
- help make organisational decisions
It has a useful role in informing practice in schools and can contribute to school improvement.
- explains what we mean by research evidence
- outlines the barriers to using evidence in education and how to overcome them
- looks at why research is important for school improvement
- looks at the role of leadership in creating an evidence informed school
- summarises the leadership strategies for creating an evidence informed school