This report draws lessons from the reorientation of the Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning (CORAL) initiative. CORAL is a $58 million initiative aimed at improving education achievement in low-performing schools in five California cities. The report outlines the inherent challenges to making midcourse corrections to major initiatives. It also reveals lessons that foundations and nonprofits can learn from the CORAL experience, including the importance of midcourse reviews for multiyear initiatives and the value of setting clear and measurable interim outcomes.
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Title: Midcourse Corrections to a Major Initiative: A Report on The James Irvine Foundation's CORAL Initiative
Publication date 2007-05-01
Publication Year 2007
North America / United States (Western) / California
, james irvine
, school programming
, Issue/Policy Brief
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