NEA Foundation — Theory of Change
Closing achievement gaps is a shared responsibility. The entire school community should be engage in efforts to improve schools. Together, such stakeholders can create a change effort that can improve the likelihood that all students will achieve at high levels.
The National Education Association Foundation has developed a theory about such change. Based on recent research on effective schools, district redesign, association capacity, curriculum and instruction, and other related areas, NEA Foundation's Theory of Change and interventions involve:
- District and Local Association Capacity and Collaboration
- District and School Capacity and Coherence
- Family and Community Partnerships
Read more about the NEA Foundation's Theory of Change in: Human Capital: Unions and School Districts Collaborating To Close Achievement Gaps