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Duplicating and expanding programs: How-to guides

Project Transformation is a literacy and youth development program begun in Texas and “grounded in three C’s: children, college students and church.” The program’s success inspired college student volunteers to want to replicate the program in their home states. That led Project Transformation into a period of learning how to successfully transmit the program’s DNA without creating so much central management and control that new programs failed to adapt to their own environments. After 14 years, Project Transformation has developed transferable standards for successful replication, recapitulated in “How to expand successfully,” an article housed on Faith & Leadership, an online resource from Leadership Development at Duke Divinity School. A second article, “Transforming and expanding,” provides a narrative of the program’s learning curve.

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