TEAL is an example of the power of collective impact community partnerships --- private and public schools, district offices, universities, performing arts organizations, museums, and county education staff --- to facilitate this important work. The arts organizations that have given indispensable assistance and guidance to TEAL also support a vast array of arts programs, projects, events, and educational needs throughout the Los Angeles region. According to research there are typically five conditions of collective impact success: shared vision, consistent shared measurement systems, reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and supporting infrastructure for the entire initiative.
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
Motion Graphic and Webinar that addresses Collective Impact: Creating Large-Scale Social Change
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Collective Impact- working together, sharing info and resources to solve a complex problem.
The quality and quantity of early childhood care and education services have risen as a key reform areas for influencing educational and economic outcomes.
The Center for Distance and Online Learning Unit is pleased to have provided hybrid TEAL professional learning and support opportunities over the last decade. As we continue this TEAL Journey with you, we would like to announce that TEAL is transitioning to a fully virtual professional learning model. Please take a moment to explore the TEAL virtual assets on the website that can support implementation through equitable asynchronous options.