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Catalpa's most important achievement is the improvement in the quality and utility of information that Practice-Based Inquiry makes available for school practitioners, policy makers and the public about the performance of public schools.

Catalpa has won international acclaim for its ground-breaking work in establishing Practice-Based Inquiry as a legitimate research methodology for organizations that provide professional services. Practice-Based Inquiry has significantly improved the quality and utility of rigorous information that is available to schools, accrediting associations and other professional service organizations.

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