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Exceptional Childre Determining Evidence-Based Practices in Special Education

@inproceedings{Cook2009ExceptionalCD,
  title={Exceptional Childre Determining Evidence-Based Practices in Special Education},
  author={Bryan G. Cook},
  year={2009}
}
Determining evidence-based practices is a complicated enterprise that requires analyzing the methodological quality and magnitude of the available research supporting specific practices. This article reviews criteria and procedures for identifying what works in the fields of clinical psychology, school psychology, and general education; and it compares these systems with proposed guidelines for determining evidence-based practices in special education. The authors then summarize and analyze the… 

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