SUMMER EDITION OUT NOW
In our most recent edition, we share four new articles: We examine research on student homelessness, how insights from communication science can improve the use of research evidence, how one RPP uses principles from behavioral science and human-centered design to ensure equity and engagement in the district’s application and enrollment procedures, and how partnerships can work with practice-side partners amid disruptions brought about by COVID-19.
EXPLORE BY SECTION
By Nina Spitzley | NNERPP | June 17, 2020
We examine what we know through RPP-conducted research about students experiencing homelessness: Who these students are, what the homelessness experience looks like, what students’ outcomes are, and which school supports and other factors promote positive outcomes.
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By Itzhak Yanovitzky and Cindy Blitz | Rutgers University | June 17, 2020
Itzhak Yanovitzky and Cindy Blitz introduce readers to key principles of audience engagement from the communication science perspective as an approach to enabling and motivating users to integrate research-based insights into decisionmaking processes.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
BOSTON P-3 RESEARCH-PRACTICE PARTNERSHIP EXAMINES LINKS BETWEEN FAMILIES’ AT-HOME LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND STUDENTS’ SKILLS DURING PRE-K
THE PROMISE OF A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO PROBLEM-SOLVING AND INNOVATION-TESTING: REFLECTIONS FROM A NEW RESEARCH-PRACTICE PARTNERSHIP IN NEW YORK CITY
By Barbara Condliffe, Rekha Balu, and Margaret Hennessy | MDRC and Rachel Leopold | NYC Dept. of Education | June 17, 2020
By David Hersh | Proving Ground and Jennifer Ash | National Center for Rural Education Research Networks (NCRERN) | June 17, 2020
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