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Researching what works in schools

 The Innovative Teachers and Learning (ITL) Research project looks at teachers' adoption of innovative classroom teaching practices, and how they translate into student learning.
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Microsoft has announced a commitment of more than $1 million per year for the next few years to study what works in education technology.

The Innovative Teachers and Learning (ITL) Research project is lead by SRI International, and guided by outside advisors from OECD, UNESCO, the World Bank, ISTE to focus on teachers' adoption of innovative classroom teaching practices, and how they translate into student learning.

Anthony Salcito, Microsoft's Vice President for Worldwide Education talks more about the importance of this research on his blog, Education Insights.

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