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Implementation Fidelity in Education Research

Editors: Coby Meyers, W. Christopher Brandt, American Institutes for Research; Coauthors: Barbara Goodson, Cris Price, Catherine Darrow, Abt Global


January 1, 2015

Implementation science is an important and underrepresented topic in the literature of educational research, despite the fact that it is inextricably tied to education policy and improvement. Implementation fidelity (the degree to which a program or intervention is delivered as planned) is, in particular, a key issue for every program developer and researcher designing, executing, interpreting, or communicating their work. Implementation Fidelity in Education Research provides the first serious developer-evaluator collaborative perspective on the practical considerations of implementation fidelity in program development.

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