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(p. 109) Case Studies Using Program Evaluation to Drive Evidence-Based Practices 

(p. 109) Case Studies Using Program Evaluation to Drive Evidence-Based Practices
(p. 109) Case Studies Using Program Evaluation to Drive Evidence-Based Practices

Julie Q. Morrison

and Anna L. Harms

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date: 14 April 2021

This chapter consists of three case studies that illustrate how the evaluation approaches, methods, techniques, and tools presented in Chapters 1 to 5 can be translated into practice. The first case study describes an evaluation of the Dyslexia Pilot Project, a statewide multi-tier system of supports (MTSS) initiative targeting early literacy. In this evaluation, special attention was paid to the evaluating the cost-effectiveness of serving students in kindergarten to grade 2 proactively. The second case study features the use of single-case designs and corresponding summary statistics to evaluate the collective impact of more than 500 academic and behavioral interventions provided within an MTSS framework as part of the annual statewide evaluation of the Ohio Internship Program in School Psychology. The third case study focuses on efforts to evaluate the fidelity of implementation for teacher teams’ use of a five-step process for data-based decision making and instructional planning.

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