Evidence-based practices refer to the use of interventions, strategies, and supports that have research documenting their effectiveness. These interventions and practices have found to be effective in multiple studies. Dunst, Trivette and Cupsek (2002) define evidence-based practices as practices that are informed by research in which the characteristics and consequences of environmental variables are empirically established and the relationship directly informs what a practitioner can do to produce a desired outcome. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEIA) call for educators to implement evidence-based behavioral and academic interventions. On this website you will find links to resources for evidence-based practices. Explore the links on the left to explore these resources.