Direct Instruction Yields Academic Gains, Study Finds

04/19/2002 | Education Week

Schools using Direct Instruction -- a teaching method that favors tightly scripted lessons -- have seen significant gains in student learning, according to recent study of schools in four states. Experts say the results are important because they represent the first major research into the program, but warn that educators shouldn't draw any firm conclusions from the work.

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