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Research alliances: Structures for collaboration

Research alliances video: Structures for collaboration

By Marguerite Huber
January 26, 2018

Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest is dedicated to connecting those working in education with research. One way we do that is by facilitating research alliances. A research alliance is a long-term partnership involving researchers, policymakers, and practitioners from state education agencies, districts, nonprofit organizations, and higher education institutions. Working with REL Midwest staff, the partnerships address the education priorities of the region and collaboratively develop a research agenda.

Watch our new video to learn about research alliances from a member of the Midwest Achievement Gap Research Alliance—Kurt Kiefer, Assistant State Superintendent at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Carrie Scholz, the lead for REL Midwest Collaboration and Coordination, also discusses the benefits that partners and researchers receive from working collaboratively.

The video describes four of our research alliances:

If you want to learn more about our research alliances and how they develop collaborative research agendas, watch our previous video.

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Marguerite Huber

Communications Associate | REL Midwest

mhuber@air.org

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