Resources

Explore publications and tools below by the PPE team and other experts on how to define research-practice partnerships, examples of successful collaborations, how to incorporate communication and evaluation into your initiatives, and more.

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We found the following resources to be helpful information for those considering community based partnerships. We hope that you find them useful!

PPE Publications

PPE’s collection of briefs highlights key research findings and recommendations for policymakers, practitioners, and researchers in a quickly digestible format.

  • Policy Brief: Coteaching in Delaware
    This article provides a background of the coteaching method and the evidence-based value and benefits for educators and students.
  • Practice Brief: Promoting Culturally Competent Teaching
    This policy brief discusses the benefits of cultural competence and examples of implementation. The analysis concludes with recommendations for promoting culturally competent schools in Delaware.
  • Policy Brief: The Future of Delaware School Libraries
    This policy brief The Future of Delaware School Libraries by the Institute for Public Administration was prepared for the Partnership for Public Education and summarizes the key findings and recommendations of the Delaware School Libraries Master Plan.

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Partnership Resources

Find resources curated by the PPE team to support research-practice partnerships from obtaining funding to efficacy evaluation.

  • Policy Brief: Coteaching in Delaware
    This article provides a background of the coteaching method and the evidence-based value and benefits for educators and students.
  • Cover of Family Engagement Resource: Measure of School, Family, and Community Partnerships
    Family Engagement Resource
    Six types of involvement in School, Family, Community Partnerships are described: Parenting, Communicating, Volunteering, Learning at Home, Decision Making, Collaborating with the Community.
  • Cover of Criteria of effectiveness in multiple cross-sectoral interorganizational relationships
    Effectiveness in cross-sectoral interorganizational relationships
    “The purpose of this paper is to empirically compare the effectiveness criteria used by a nonprofit Canadian sport organization and its partners embedded in multiple cross-sectoral relationships. To that end, three levels of effectiveness criteria were investigated: the community, network, and organization levels.”

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