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In early November, a symposium at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation highlighted Wake County Public School research partnerships with various universities across the Triangle and elsewhere.
Below are a selection of videos from the event.
Better Together: The Promise of Research-Practice Partnerships
Going in on Grants: Navigating the Partnership Grantmaking Process
The Role of Embedded Internships in Scaling School District Evaluations
Early Learners: Durham Public Schools and the Durham Children’s Data Center
Schools, Neighborhoods, and Academic Inequality
Off to the Right Start? The Impact of Start Times on Student Learning and Behavior