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Rockman et al is the external evaluator for the U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation Fund (i3) Development award to WestEd for the Leading with Learning (LWL) project, (formerly known as the English Learner Professional Learning (ELPL) Project). The three-year evaluation includes both a quasi-experimental impact study with matched comparison schools, and an implementation […]

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