hat to Expect From
The Learning Community
The Learning Community will provide the entire Community Action Network with a variety of learning opportunities such as:
Webinar Wednesdays: Expert-led national webinar presentations on promising practices, research from the field, and evidence-based strategies.
Resources: Through the brand new Community Action Academy (Moodle) and the Partnership's various online platforms, Learning Community members will have access to a wealth of evidence-based resources, on-demand videos, publications, self-paced activities/assignments, online peer engagement and MORE!
Seven Learning Community Groups (LCGs): New LCGs focused on key anti-poverty topic areas.
The next round of Learning Community Groups will include:
- Health Intersections
- Decreasing Family Homelessness
- Results at the Community Level
- Cultivating Data Centered Organizations
- Integrated Services to Improve Impact
- Financial Empowerment for Families
- Whole Family Approaches for Economic Mobility from Poverty 1.0
Two Communities of Practice:
Agencies at advanced levels of implementation of two-generation approaches or integrated/bundled services will have additional access to intensive and customized coaching, technical support from subject matter experts, and support to integrate parent and child data across programs
Communities of Practice
- NEW--Whole Family Approaches for Economic Mobility from Poverty 2.0 (Supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation)
- Continuing--Rural Integration Model for Parents and Children to Thrive (IMPACT)