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One of a range of research books designed to help practioners run research projects in education.
Randomised controlled trials are seen as the gold standard for evidence-based educational practice. This guide examines when they should be used to evaluate an intervention and when other approaches may be more suitable.
It is essential reading for educational researchers, and for those commissioning research.
How to cite this publication:
Hutchison, D. and Styles, B. (2010). A Guide to Running Randomised Controlled Trials for Educational Researchers. Slough: NFER.