NEW EDITION OUT NOW
The new edition of NNERPP | Extra is out now! We are excited to be back with three brand-new articles. In this issue, we examine an approach to developing practice-driven and equity-centered R&D agendas, continue our previous examination of communication science principles that can help improve the use of research evidence, this time considering how to actually implement these in an RPP context, and introduce a framework designed to support RPPs in structuring conversations on equity throughout all phases of their work.
EXPLORE BY SECTION
By Babe Liberman & Viki Young | Digital Promise | September 16, 2020 *NEW*
Babe Liberman and Viki Young share a collaborative process that supports the creation of practice-driven, equity-centered R&D agendas and offer their own reflections as well as reflections and discussion points from the field.
rpp deep dive
IMPROVING THE USE OF RESEARCH EVIDENCE THROUGH COMMUNICATION SCIENCE PRINCIPLES: INSIGHTS FROM RPP COMMUNICATION LEADERS
With Megan Dillingham, Chelsea Farley, Lila Goldstein, Jessica Holter, and Sara Slaughter | September 16, 2020 *NEW*
Five communication leaders working in RPPs consider how to implement the audience-centered engagement principles of communication science in an RPP context to help improve the use of research evidence.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
By Stacey Sexton | SageFox Consulting Group; Jean Ryoo | Center X – Computer Science Equity Project, UCLA; Lisa Garbrecht | STEM Evaluation Services, UT Austin; and Renee Fall | National Center for Computer Science Education, College of St. Scholastica | September 16, 2020 *NEW*
NNERPP | EXTRA is a quarterly magazine produced by the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships | nnerpp.rice.edu