The Spencer Foundation invites intent to apply forms for its research-practice partnership grants programme. This supports education research that engages in collaborative and participatory partnerships. Partnerships that include scholars and institutions of higher education, rural geographic locations and partnerships that deeply engage community-based organisations and families are encouraged.
PIs and co-PIs must have a doctorate in an academic discipline or professional field or demonstrated professional experience appropriate for this programme. Partners must provide evidence of long-term collaboration. Applicants must be based at a non-profit organisation, such as universities, colleges, school districts and research facilities.
Grants are worth up to USD 400,000 each for up to three years.
Deadline: 17h December 2020.