Research, quality improvement and evidence-based practice: Ethical implications | Gary

Recently I’ve begun to ask myself the question as to whether within the ‘school-research/evidence community’  there is a shared understanding of the similarities and differences between – research, quality improvement and evidence-based practice, and the ethical implications of these similarities and difference.  This is a critical issue because if schools and school leaders are not fully aware of the ethical issues, there is a real-risk that pupils will be disadvantaged by well meaning, but ultimately flawed attempts at randomised control trials masquerading as quality improvement or…

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