Education Doctorate students share what they learned through a hands-on program evaluation course. Contributed by the Multnomah County Partnership for Education Research.


Education Doctorate students receive district-driven research opportunities through local research-practice partnership. Contributed by the Multnomah County Partnership for Education Research.


Research findings on professional development challenges for rural teachers spur new improvement efforts. Contributed by REL Southwest.


The first statewide data collection on teacher professional development in Oklahoma sheds light on challenges rural school teachers are facing. Contributed by REL Southwest.


The leader of an educational support program shares lessons learned for doing program evaluations the right way. Contributed by REL Northwest.


A researcher's experience of and takeaways for evaluating educational programs. Contributed by REL Northwest.


A school district leader shares the unexpected challenges of implementing a "no surprises" policy that worked for the district and the university. Contributed by the Madison Education Partnership.


No surprises for who? A partnership between a school district and a university shares the experience of crafting and implementing a "no surprises" policy. Contributed by the Madison Education Partnership.


A consultant to an early stage research-practice partnership reflects on the promises and frustrations of building and sustaining partnerships. Contributed by the University of Louisville-Jefferson County Public Schools partnership.


What to do when funding is tight for an early stage research-practice partnership? Developing a cognitive apprenticeship model for education doctoral students might help. Contributed by the University of Louisville-Jefferson County Public Schools partnership.


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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