Atlanta 323 is featured on EdWeek
This week, Atlanta 323 will be featured on EdWeek. As a member of the National Network for Education Research Practice Partnerships (NNERPP), the Urban Child Study Center participates in NNERPP’s Urban Education Reform: Bridging Research and Practice blog. Each week, NNERPP highlights the close connection between research and practice that characterizes the work done within a research-practice partnership. This week, the blog will feature posts from Atlanta 323 partners, who are working to build an integrated data system to support Atlanta’s emerging preschool to 3rd grade early learning system. Nicole Patton Terry provides the researcher’s perspective on the partnership, while Janelle Clay and Sydney Ahearn from Atlanta Public Schools provide the practitioner’s perspective.
To visit our blog posts, please see: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/urban_education_reform/
To learn more about Atlanta 323, please see: http://urbanchildstudy.education.gsu.edu/research-practice-partnerships/atlanta-323/
To learn more about NNERPP, please see: http://nnerpp.rice.edu/