How a public research event can bring education stakeholders together to discuss important early education issues.


A public event engages district practitioners, researchers, and community members in research findings on four-year-old kindergarten.


A school district leader reflects on the value of partnering with university researchers on community schools work.


A longitudinal, multi-methods research project examines early outcomes and ongoing implementation of one school district's efforts towards becoming the nation's first full service community schools district.


A district shifting to deeper learning embraces research to support its work.


As a school district in Louisville, Kentucky, embarks on a new deeper learning initiative to advance equity, research will examine implementation and outcomes of the system-wide effort.


Nathan Barrett addresses specific studies often cited in the discipline disparities debate and provides a deeper look into how we think about and what we can reasonably expect from research on exclusionary and alternative forms of student discipline.


Nathan Barrett responds to the GAO's latest report on discipline disparities in K-12 schools and the debate around the rescission of the Dear Colleague letter by taking a closer look at what research says about the topic.


A state department leader outlines what Tennessee is learning about teacher improvement and where the state still needs to learn more.


New research looks at teacher improvement in Tennessee.


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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