The U.S. Department of Education (ED) has selected a group of research organizations to build and maintain an $18.5 million database, called the What Works Clearinghouse, that will help education decision-makers identify high-quality research on various programs, practices, and products used in teaching.


The five-year contract was awarded to the Campbell Collaboration of Philadelphia and the American Institutes for Research of Washington, D.C., along with their subcontractors, Aspen Systems of Rockville, Md., Caliber Associates of Fairfax, Va., and the Education Quality Institute of Washington, D.C.


The two principal parties have

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