Research-Practice Partnerships: Working Together to Improve Outcomes for Youth

Whether you are looking to form, grow, or support a research-practice partnership, you need to know where to start and what to expect. The William T. Grant Foundation has gathered guiding tips, work samples, and resources from successful partnerships that can help you on your way. Think of it as a one-stop shop.

The Foundation defines research-practice partnerships (RPPs) as “long-term, mutually beneficial collaborations that promote the production and use of rigorous research about problems of practice. RPPs are intentionally organized, and hold promise for improving the relevance of the research produced, the use of research by organizations, and outcomes for youth.”

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Date: 2018