This program accepts proposals with budgets up to $400,000 seeking to strengthen existing research-practice partnerships (RPPs). RPPs are a novel model for conducting relevant and useful research and facilitating the long-term accumulation of knowledge about education policy and practice. They enable researchers and practitioners to jointly study problems in specific settings over time. This grant program is intended to provide intermediate-term stability to existing RPPs by supporting a range of activities vital to their operation. Read more...
To learn more about grants made in this program in the past, please go to the Grant Library here and choose Research-Practice Partnership Grant from the "Grant Type" menu.
Proposals for this program are accepted once a year. The 2016 deadline for RPP proposals is now closed.
For further information on this program, please see the links available in the right-hand sidebar menu.