Student Outcomes & Natural Schooling – a Pathways from Evidence to Impact Report 2016 looks at 21 inter/national school-based outdoor learning case studies from 11 countries – highlighting challenges and opportunities, and making recommendations for improving delivery and evaluation of programmes. Executive summary is below. Full report can be downloaded here.
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