Here’s a pet peeve: A champion of some particular education intervention will point to some research study showing Intervention X led to positive outcomes for participating students. Ok, great. Assuming it’s a good study, we now have evidence that Intervention X “worked” in a given Situation Y. That does not mean Intervention X will easily replicate to new Situation Z. Anytime you hear someone attach the phrase “high-quality” in front of some intervention, they’re talking about this problem.  These caveats…