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The Council for Exceptional Children has recommended that professionals in education discuss evidence-based practices according to 5 descriptors starting in 2014 with updated criteria in 2017.

Instead of classifying practices simply in a binary way: “evidence-based” or “not evidence-based”, the new standards provide more detailed classifications. Specifically, the new standards result in instructional approaches being categorized as:

  • Evidence-based practices.
  • Potentially evidence-based practices.
  • Having mixed effects.
  • Having negative effects.
  • Having insufficient evidence to categorize their effectiveness.

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