At Teach For All, we understand that data, research, and evaluation are critical to accelerating impact in communities around the world.

Validating Our Approach Through Research and Evaluation

Our vision for research and evidence-based learning

Teach For All is a learning network working to  generate evidence-based insights about how to develop collective leadership that leads to the systemic change necessary for all children to fulfill their potential. A growing body of evidence supports our theory of change, and yet we also recognize that there is much more we need to learn about how to best develop collective leadership in new contexts.

We are working to generate evidence-based insights on:

Student Outcomes:  Assess the impact of our partners in developing the teachers we need to support students to grow as leaders of a better future. Student outcomes include student academic mastery and whole child outcomes such as student agency, awareness, connectedness, and wellbeing.

Leadership Effects on Teachers and Alumni: Assess the impact of the fellowship on participant leadership including  whether the experience shifts participant mindsets, beliefs, and other leadership attributes that enable them to be effective agents of change as alumni.

Community and Systems Impact: Explore how collective leadership development leads to systems change that enables all children to fulfill their potential in communities and education ecosystems around the world.