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Best Evidence In Brief is an invaluable weekly – more or less – email newsletter sent out by John Hopkins University summarizing new education research.

They’ve just announced that – finally – all their summaries have been collected into one searchable place.

Here is their announcement:

Do you remember a BEiB article but can’t find it in your email? Did you ever delete a story that you meant to save? Best Evidence in Brief is pleased to announce the launch of its archive, the Best Evidence in Brief Index. Spanning 2012 to the present, the archives are searchable by topic and by date. From now on, each issue of BEiB will be added to the Index and over time it will increasingly serve as an easily-accessible resource on recent research and policy relating to evidence-based reform. In the coming months, all of the more than 200 Huffington Post blogs will also be put into an index. We hope you find this a useful resource in your work with evidence in education.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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