some bias may be present in the studies in terms of use of volunteer teachers. A substantial percentage of the studies included some measure of implementation by including teacher logs, classroom observations, interviews, and so forth. However, few included any type of measure of quality of instruction, although case studies were more likely to provide insight into these factors than were comparative studies.



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