JUST RELEASED: SPRING EDITION
The second issue of NNERPP | Extra is here! In our Spring edition, we share three new articles, covering everything from English learners to evidence-based decision-making in practice, to tips and advice on how to launch an RPP – all in service of sharing insights around pressing issues in education tackled by research-practice partnerships across the country, the impacts on policy and use in practice of such research, and high-priority questions about conducting effective RPP work. Happy exploring!
EXPLORE BY SECTION
By Paula Arce-Trigatti | NNERPP | May 13, 2019
We bring together work on English learners, highlighting two studies done by NNERPP members – in Philadelphia, PA, and New Mexico – that assess students’ progress towards English proficiency. Findings can help inform district and state efforts in understanding how best to support English learners.
rpp deep dive
By Norma Ming | San Francisco Unified School District | May 13, 2019
With partnerships often advocating and working towards supporting evidence-based decision-making, Norma Ming highlights the need for a better and broader understanding of ‘research use capacity’ and the full scope of roles, processes, and evidence types involved in practitioners’ effective use and generation of evidence.
headlines from NNERPP members, updated every Monday
see research from the last quarter here
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
With Michèle Foster, Matt Linick, Michael Strambler, Joanna Meyer, Clare Irwin, & George Coleman | May 13, 2019
With Carrie Conaway, Erin O’Hara, & Jessica Vasan | January 31, 2019
NNERPP | EXTRA is a quarterly magazine produced by the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships | nnerpp.rice.edu