“Community schools seek to be responsive to the demands of an increasingly complex 21st Century society. Accordingly, as a comprehensive approach rooted in the basic principle of integrating school, family and community, community schools are necessarily complex. At best they are open all the time, house both a health center and a family resource center. extend the school day with enrichment and cultural activities, and foster community development. The community schools Theory of Change provides a logical framework for both process analysis and evaluation. We want to know both how the concepts are implemented and what difference they make in the outcomes for children.” Joy Dryfoos, independent researcher and author of “Inside Full-Service Community Schools”.