A key element of Evidence for Learning’s work supporting the use of evidence in Australian education was the Learning Impact Fund.
The fund was designed to build new evidence to identify which programs work best in raising the educational outcomes for Australian students, particularly for students experiencing disadvantage. This pieces goes through the fund’s delivery principles, model, projects, and ultimately how the evidence it builds is linked to action.
Dr Pauline Ho and Matthew Deeble
This article originally featured in AEL 40 Issue 2.