Promoting Socially-Just, Evidence-Based Practice

Compares conceptualizations of evidence-based practice (EBP) and their limitations and challenges common misconceptions about research-based practice. The brief concludes with key elements of socially-just EBP to advance effective prevention, intervention, and systems of support in schools.

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