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


Researchers and educators develop new ways of engaging with research and experience important perspective shifts through participating in a research-practice partnership.


New research examines the ways in which educators and researchers shifted their engagement with research through participating in a research-practice partnership.


A state leader shares how research helped raise important considerations for increasing college success and completion in Indiana.


Research from REL Midwest examines the student characteristics associated with early college success in Indiana, with a focus on financial aid.


Research examines the characteristics of 9th grade students who are on track and off track to graduate in Philadelphia, and how rates differ across schools and subgroups of students.


One school district combines internal and external research capacity to develop a 9th grade on-track metric in order to support students in graduating high school.


Research findings yield new insights into how Baltimore's 'Judy Centers' already support and can continue to support early ed and school readiness.


Research examines how Baltimore's early ed 'Judy Centers' improve disadvantaged children's kindergarten readiness.


Understanding how research is actually used by district leaders is essential for research-practice partnerships to effectively bridge research and practice 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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