Re-imagining Researcher
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Re-Imagining Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships: The Regional Educational Laboratories

The Regional Educational Laboratories (RELs) have long been charged with responding to regional education needs, but the newest generation of RELs will conduct their work in a new way: through sustained partnerships between researchers and education practitioners. This panel presented the theory of action behind these partnerships and discussed how the RELs in three regions are working through a variety of partnership structures to bring data and research to bear on important education issues. Each of the RELs represented on this panel presented specific projects related to college and career readiness.

Time: Saturday, April 14, 8:15 a.m.–9:45 a.m.  

Building/Room: Vancouver Convention Centre, Second Level - East Room 11

Session Participants:

 

Chair: John Q. Easton (Institute of Education Sciences) 

College and Career Readiness Research Alliances in the REL West Region Andrea Anne Lash (WestEd)

College and Career Readiness Research Alliances in the REL Northeast and Islands Region Julie Riordan (Education Development Center, Inc.)

College and Career Readiness Research Alliances in the REL Pacific Region Akiemi Glenn (Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (REL Pacific))

Discussant: Rebecca A. Maynard (U.S. Department of Education)   

 

 

 
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