Uniting Schools and Community
United to Learn mobilizes the community to close opportunity gaps in Dallas public elementary schools, accelerating student achievement and developing purposeful leaders.
With a mission of changing lives by transforming the relationship between schools and community, United to Learn is an education nonprofit with a proven model for mobilizing community partners to close opportunity gaps among our public elementary schools, as well as the awareness gaps across our community.Learn More
The United to Learn network includes more than 75 community partners, 47 Dallas ISD elementary schools, high schools, faith-based organizations, and businesses—working together to accelerate student achievement, develop purposeful leaders and create a united and thriving community.Learn More
United to Learn’s unique program model focuses on four research-driven and Dallas ISD-aligned pillars:
- Improve elementary schools’ social emotional health
- Create more aspirational learning environments
- Support greater literacy student achievement, and
- Develop an informed community empowered to advocate for educational equity from a culturally competent perspective.
Dallas is plagued by systemic inequities that exist side-by-side across our city. United to Learn is committed to rallying the community to dissolve divides and work as partners with elementary educators and students across the Dallas Independent School District.Learn More
United to Learn is unique because of their dual focus on growing student achievement AND purposeful leaders. They listen first to the needs of the schools and then curate support to fill the gaps. The U2L network is a true force for good.
– Miguel Solis, Dallas ISD Trustee
Our Unique Role
Stories & Updates
Abby & Todd Receive Linz Award
We are pleased to share the news that our Founder & CEO, Abby Williams, with her husband, Founder & CEO...Read
People Newspapers Plugs Community Campus Day!
Thank you Preston Hollow People for giving us a shoutout across our partner schools in the neighborhood. In the PHP...Read
D Magazine Promotes Community Campus Day!
Thank you D Magazine for interviewing Abby Williams and running this great article on the Frontburner blog! It's always exciting...Read