Happy New Year from NNERPP, and welcome to the first issue of Volume 4 of the NNERPP Newsletter! We start off the new year by first taking a look back at 2019 – an important year for NNERPP and all of our members. Just before the holidays, we released our 2019 NNERPP Year In Review report, featuring NNERPP’s efforts and activities and the work of our members for the 2019 calendar year. If you have not explored it yet, we invite you to check out the report here for exciting highlights from across the NNERPP community!

"Centering the Margins: (Re)defining Useful Research Evidence Through Critical Perspectives": Fabienne Doucet examines how critical perspectives can inform how we think about the usefulness of research and the production of such research.

"Collaborative Research: Working With, Not Working On": In this 1986 article, Ann Lieberman makes the case for collaborative research involving teachers and researchers.

"Heartbeat of the Community: Recruiting and Retaining Teachers in Rural Schools": This REL Midwest and Detroit Public TV documentary presents research on teacher recruitment and retention across the country, specifically in rural Michigan, and the actions that state and local education leaders are taking to recruit and retain teachers.

The fourth edition of NNERPP Extra is out now!
This edition marks the final issue of Volume 1 – stay tuned, the first issue of Volume 2 is coming this spring! If you haven’t done so yet, explore these new articles:

RESEARCH INSIGHTS: What is Your District’s College Enrollment Rate? …It Depends [Part II]
RPP DEEP DIVE: The Importance of Expanding Educational Research Partnerships with Community
EXTRA CREDIT | HOW TO: The Value of Engagement: How to Set Up and Facilitate an Effective Partnership Meeting

Or browse the full issue here!
NNERPP | Extra is a quarterly magazine aiming to deliver key insights from the intersection of education research, policy, and practice and thus build deeper connections across the RPP field.
For NNERPP members only

Our Virtual Brown Bag series will continue soon! Stay tuned as we finalize details for our January Brown Bag.

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NNERPP aims to develop and support RPPs in education in order to improve the connection between research, policy, and practice.

NNERPP is made possible by the generous funding support of the William T. Grant FoundationBill & Melinda Gates FoundationSpencer FoundationThe Annie E. Casey Foundation, and The Wallace Foundation

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