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Using Evidence-based Practices in School Improvement
This session will focus on the Department’s non-regulatory guidance for strengthening evidence-based practices. Attendees will learn and share practices for supporting local educational agencies (LEAs) with the selection and implementation of evidence-based practices in low-performing schools.
This talk was presented at:
National Title I Conference
February 2017 in Long Beach, CA
Speakers
Christopher Tate

Christopher Tate is a Management and Program Analyst in the Office of State Support, where, as a member of the Data Reporting and Analysis and Technical Assistance Functional Support Teams, his portfolio of work focuses on supporting State educational agencies to build the capacities necessary for supporting districts and schools with implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act. Christopher has over nine years of program leadership and policymaking experience at the federal, state, and local level and is a passionate advocate for improving schools through data-driven, systemic reforms. Having grown up in poverty, with few educational alternatives available to him, Christopher recognizes the valuable impact access to a quality education, and advocacy for students and families, can have for low-income and minority students.