Data management and use through research practice partnerships: A literature review

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Beverly S. Faircloth, Assistant Professor (Creator)
Laura McLaughlin Gonzalez, Associate Professor (Creator)
Ye He, Assistant Professor (Creator)
Kimberly Kappler Hewitt, Assistant Professor (Creator)
Marcia L. Rock, Professor (Creator)
Amy Vetter, Professor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Through research-practice partnerships (RPPs) researchers and practitioners engage in long-term problem-solving collaborations aimed, in part, at increasing the capacity of personnel in local schools and districts to manage and use educational data for improvement. There has been an increasing number of studies exploring the process and outcomes of RPPs in the United States since 2013. Based on the review of 86 articles published during 2013–2019, we described the data management and use engagement process across various types of RPPs in the field of education and identified key considerations reported by RPPs in the United States. For researchers and practitioners engaged in the initiation and development of RPPs, the findings of this review offer empirically derived data management and use strategies for consideration.

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Educational Research Review. 31(1), 100360.
Language: English
Date: 2020
Research practice partnership, Data management, Data use

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