The Roundtable on Community Change was established as a forum in which leaders working on some of the country’s most innovative and promising efforts to revitalize poor communities can meet to discuss the lessons that are being learned by community initiatives across the country and to work on common challenges they are facing. Since 1995, the Roundtable has focused
on the problems associated with evaluating community-based interventions and has issued several publications exploring various dimensions of evaluation theory, methods, measurement, and analysis. (See www.aspenroundtable.org.) This volume complements that line of work by distilling, from research and experience, the theories of change that appear to be guiding community change efforts and synthesizing evidence about the effectiveness of these efforts.
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