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Teachers can also improve instruction by examining what takes place in other countries. Instructors need to provide directions and instructions that contain in clear, precise terms exactly what students are to do, in what order, with what materials, and when appropriate, what students are to generate as evidence of their mastery of targeted content and skills. NCLB mandated that states and districts adopt programs and policies supported by scientifically based research.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 30, 2002)

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