Research looks at New York City high school students who don't graduate in four years, but remain enrolled.

How community partners think about actively engaging in education research-practice partnerships.

Why education research-practice partnerships should think about actively engaging community organizations in their work.

Three promising practices to guide research-practice partnerships in thinking about theories of action.

5 key takeaways emerged at a national convening of education research-practice partnerships.

A capacity-building approach to school improvement helps educators and schools in Chicago understand and utilize Early Warning Indicators to improve student outcomes.

A look at the current state of early warning and college readiness indicator use, important considerations to keep in mind when developing an indicator system, and some key questions to explore.

An alternative licensure program for bilingual teachers helps tackle the bilingual teacher shortage.

To address a shortage of bilingual teachers, one district-university partnership collaborates to create a bilingual teacher pipeline.

A recap of recent research conducted by research-practice partnerships across the country reveals current high priority topics in education.

The opinions expressed in Urban Education Reform: Bridging Research and Practice are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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