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May 18, 2017

Can After-School Programs Benefit Students' Social and Emotional Health?

A school district official outlines how a Louisville study on the effects of out-of-school time programs on Social Emotional Learning fits within the local context.

May 15, 2017

Lessons Learned From an Edu. Research-Practice Partnership

A research-practice partnership in Louisville experiences challenges and successes as it is starting to take shape.

May 11, 2017

Study Sparks Conversations About Equal Access to Acceleration Programs

A Minnesota Office of Higher Education leader comments on the significance and implications of partnership work on an Acceleration Program study.

May 04, 2017

Putting Research-Practice Partnerships Into Action

Recapping previous blog posts, NNERPP reflects on the work that has been shared by featured research-practice partnerships and how it helps bridge the research-practice divide.

April 27, 2017

Can Data Improve Student Achievement for English-Language Learners?

Two practitioners from the School District of Philadelphia talk with researcher partners about the impact of research on their work. Contributed by the Philadelphia Education Research Consortium.

April 24, 2017

Partnership With Practitioners Brings English-Learner Research to Life

A descriptive analysis of Philadelphia's English learner population connects researchers and practitioners and starts conversations.

April 20, 2017

Research-Driven Policy: Houston's English-Language Learner Program

Houston's Assistant Superintendent for Multilingual Programs comments on close research-practice collaboration during and after research conducted on their English Language Learner program.

April 17, 2017

What Works for English-Language Learners

A Houston study looking at different types of programs for English Language Learners validates district's investments in two-way programs. Contributed by the Houston Education Research Consortium

April 13, 2017

Should School Integration Be a Priority in New Orleans?

A New Orleans community leader reflects on how school choice affects segregation and whether integration should be a priority of the city's reform efforts. Contributed by the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans.

April 10, 2017

School Choice and Segregation: Evidence From New Orleans

A New Orleans study examines effects of post-Katrina school reforms on segregation. Contributed by the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans.

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