Research-Practice Partnerships and ESSA: A Learning Agenda for the Coming Decade (2016)

In this chapter, we argue that research-practice partnerships (RPPs) that include educators from schools, districts, and out-of-school organizations are positioned to play an important role in supporting educators to incorporate evidence in reform efforts. Using ESSA as a context, we lay out four roles partnerships may play in supporting the provisions of ESSA regarding the use of evidence, and we conclude with a set of questions for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers that can increase the field’s capacity to engage in successful partnership work.

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    Research-Practice Partnerships and ESSA: A Learning Agenda for the Coming Decade (2016)

    William R. Penuel, Caitlin Farrell

    Penuel, William R., and Caitlin Farrell. "Research-Practice Partnerships and Essa: A Learning Agenda for the Coming Decade." In The Social Side of Reform, edited by Esther Quintero-Corrall. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, in press.

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    https://www.academia.edu/9208537/Conceptualizing_Research-Practice_Partnerships_as_Joint_Work_at_Boundaries