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Politics and Education Program Alumni Emily Murphy (M.A. 2014) and Chad d'Entremont (Ph.D. 2012) discuss collaboration as an intervention to improve student outcomes that work for children across communities.

Geoff Marietta, in collaboration with Emily Murphy and Chad d'Entremont, posted a blog “The Intervention That Works Across Settings With All Children,” published through the Albert Shanker Institute (June 29, 2016). 

After defining “collaboration” the authors briefly discuss the growing evidence associating collaboration with student success, and describe some of their ongoing work, which focuses on designing tools to facilitate, formalize, and focus the hard but worthwhile and necessary responsibility of working together.

Read the blog HERE

Geoff Marietta is the Executive Director of the Pine Mountain Settlement School and Research Fellow at Berea College; Chad d'Entremont is the Executive Director of the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy, and Emily E. Murphy is the Director of the Massachusetts Education Partnership (MEP) at the Rennie Center. Their work focuses on research and practice in labor-management-community collaboration.

Published Tuesday, Jul. 19, 2016

Politics and Education Program Alumni Emily Murphy (M.A. 2014) and Chad d'Entremont (Ph.D. 2012) discuss collaboration as an intervention to improve student outcomes that work for children across communities.

Geoff Marietta, in collaboration with Emily Murphy and Chad d'Entremont, posted a blog “The Intervention That Works Across Settings With All Children,” published through the Albert Shanker Institute (June 29, 2016). 

After defining “collaboration” the authors briefly discuss the growing evidence associating collaboration with student success, and describe some of their ongoing work, which focuses on designing tools to facilitate, formalize, and focus the hard but worthwhile and necessary responsibility of working together.

Read the blog HERE

Geoff Marietta is the Executive Director of the Pine Mountain Settlement School and Research Fellow at Berea College; Chad d'Entremont is the Executive Director of the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy, and Emily E. Murphy is the Director of the Massachusetts Education Partnership (MEP) at the Rennie Center. Their work focuses on research and practice in labor-management-community collaboration.

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