Community Learning Centre; School Community Partnerships LogoThe Quebec Community Learning Centres (QCLC), are expanding! Their funders were pleased with the final evaluations and are funding 14 new centers to add to the existing 22. The Montreal Gazette just heralded their success, read more about their great work.

The QCLC provides valuable resources for the minority English speaking Quebec population in urban and remote rural areas. They create learning communities, and partner with local organizations to foster individual development based on their missionto support the holistic development of [English minority Language] citizens and communities.

Quebec Community Learning Center

We at ActKnowledge were pleased to work with the Community Learning Centres to develop their Theory of Change which outlines their community building and education-centered outcomes. Heléne Clark, Director of ActKnowledge, served on the Advisory Group for the three-year evaluation. The Community Learning Centres Project Manager  Paule Langevin,  is a major fan of Theory of Change; She recently told us “I never get enough of it….” and noted that she likes the new look of www.theoryofchange.org, stating “your new website is amazing and I’m getting good at moderating workshops on Theory of Change as they invited me back for a follow up session!“.

Congratulations, Paule on all your hard work on the Theory of Change for the Community Learning Centres!

If you’ve worked with ActKnowledge in the past, drop us a line at hclark@actknowledge.org to let us know your progress.

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