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Evidence-based programs

The term evidence-based programs generally refers to interventions that have been evaluated and found to produce the desired results. To assist schools in the selection and use of programs that are effective and useful, the use of 'scientifically-based or evidence-based research' to guide decisions about which programs and strategies to implement is encouraged.

Whilst some programs may not have yet been formally evaluated, some have had preliminary evaluation and some have extensive research demonstrating the effectiveness of their programs. For a program to be considered to have the highest level of research evidence it must have the following:

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