Imagine being in a school district and wanting to know what other research and evaluation professionals are doing to assess the effectiveness of extended day programs for limited English speaking students in middle schools. Randomized trials reported in peer-reviewed journals might be found, but—and here come the buts—their timeliness, relevance, accessibility of the research team may be limiting. How great would it be to find someone who evaluated a similar program in a school district? Someone who encountered the same constraints and wrote about those in a straightforward manner without pandering to editors’ requirements for formats and references. However, the publication would have the same professional statistical standards and interpretation—maybe a deeper level of insight from the insider perspective. There could even be practitioner opinions and lessons learned shared. ARNIEdocs is that web resource where practitioners’ publications are shared.