NEW EDITION OUT NOW
The fourth edition of NNERPP | Extra is here! This issue concludes the first volume of the magazine – thank you so much for joining us during this first year of launching this magazine, and we hope you’ll join us again for Volume 2 next year! In this final issue of 2019, we continue our examination of college enrollment rates across four different districts, explore the role of community in RPP work, and outline how to set up effective partnership meetings.
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By Paula Arce-Trigatti & Nina Spitzley | NNERPP | December 16, 2019 *NEW*
Continuing our examination of college enrollment rates across four of the largest urban school districts in the U.S. (New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston), we dive deep into how ‘college enrollment’ is defined across several RPP reports and discuss the ramifications of different definitions both on policymaking and any attempted comparisons of enrollment rates across studies/districts. Find part I of this series here.
rpp deep dive
By Sarah Winchell Lenhoff (Wayne State University), Larry Simmons (Baber Memorial Church | Brightmoor Alliance | Every School Day Counts Detroit), and Christine Bell (Urban Neighborhood Initiatives | Every School Day Counts Detroit) | December 16, 2019 *NEW*
Sarah Winchell Lenhoff, Larry Simmons, and Christine Bell describe how their RPP actively partners with the community from conception to evaluation through community-based participatory action research, and discuss the unique perspective and important contributions the community brings to RPP work.
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see research from the last quarter here
By Felicia Hurwitz and Joanne Pfleiderer | December 16, 2019 *NEW*
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