Research for Book Trust Program and Strategy Development
Book Trust is a national organization that provides 50,000 students in low income schools each year the opportunity to choose books to own and read every month. It also supports the school leaders, teachers, and parents who help students use those books to become more engaged readers. The Cambridge Learning Group synthesized research from multiple fields that helped Book Trust refine and validate its logic model and surfaced new possibilities for deepening and scaling their impact. The work has yielded new strategy for communications and partnerships as well as specific insights for increasing the coherence and efficacy of program design.