New issue coming in June!
IN OUR MOST RECENT EDITION:
Our March edition features four new articles: We share an examination of school climate research across several partnerships, dive deep into the question ‘Should RPPs be responsible for producing generalizable knowledge?’, learn why taking an RPP approach to Computer Science work can be particularly powerful, and introduce a brand new series around continuous improvement. To see the entire issue all at once, find the PDF here!
Stay tuned for our next issue to arrive in June.
EXPLORE BY SECTION
By Paula Arce-Trigatti | NNERPP | March 23, 2020
We take you through a tour of the different ways research-practice partnerships in NNERPP are studying school climate, showcasing the many variations this type of work can take in a partnership setting by featuring work from Cleveland, Redwood City, CA, New York City, Iowa City, Baltimore, and Chicago.
rpp deep dive
SHOULD RPPS BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PRODUCING KNOWLEDGE THAT INFORMS EDUCATION EFFORTS MORE BROADLY? A MULTI-VIEW TAKE ON DIMENSION 4 FROM THE HENRICK, ET AL RPP EFFECTIVENESS FRAMEWORK
By Paula Arce-Trigatti | NNERPP | March 23, 202
We explore a number of aspects around the question whether RPPs should be expected to prioritize the spread of knowledge beyond the borders of the partnership.
By Stacey Sexton and Rebecca Zarch | SageFox Consulting and Leigh Ann DeLyser | CSforALL | March 23, 2020
By David Hersh | Proving Ground and Jennifer Ash | National Center for Rural Education Research Networks (NCRERN) | March 23, 2020
NNERPP | EXTRA is a quarterly magazine produced by the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships | nnerpp.rice.edu