I wrote this piece for a conference on ‘scaling up’ at Vanderbilt in October 2015. Scaling up essentially uses knowledge gained in one context or several related contexts and casts it more broadly to other and larger contexts. There’s more to it of course, but the question is whether what works in one locale, for example, can work in other locales. Research-practice partnerships have gotten attention lately but as the piece notes, how cost-effective they are and whether they can scale up are difficult questions.

Scaling up as knowledge utilization Dynarski

 

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