Impact Validity - Valid R&D work is democratically developed, deepens understanding, and provides
new answers. It relies on multiple sources, and results in changed practices and beliefs that impact
Democratic - R&D work that uses multiple perspectives to guide the design of your research, the
analysis of your data, and implementation of your actions.
Findings - R&D work produces new answers and provokes important new questions. They result
in changed practices that improve learning.
Data - R&D work uses multiple sources and types of data to support credible, meaningful
Informed Community - Regular communication of R&D work and its impacts on learning.
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