Resources and Logic Models
FAST Program Resources
The FAST Brochure offers a brief overview of the program. Click here to view/download the FAST Brochure.
The FAST Logic Model helps to visually explain how FAST works and what is required to achieve positive change. The information on the left demonstrates how inputs and activities included as part of the FAST Program lead to short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes (listed on the right) for participants and communities served.FAST_Logic Model
Applying the FAST Logic Model:
- Helps outline how FAST achieves positive outcomes to stakeholders including school principals, administrators and social service agency leaders
- Provides funders, who are increasingly interested in program activities and associated outcomes a visual outline of activities and results
- As a tool to review the implementation process (during or after implementation), to facilitate discussion and to ensure that FAST is implemented to the highest fidelity
- Provides a visual map for Team Members to efficiently demonstrate how FAST functions in theory, and how program activities ultimately lead to positive program outcomes
FAST Institute Resources
Families & Schools Together will be starting an initial round of FAST Institute pilots during the 2019-20 school year. We plan to expand the program beyond our local community, to be available to schools and districts around the country, over the next couple of years. If you are interested in learning more or want to be notified when the FAST Institute becomes widely available, please contact us.
The FAST Institute One-Pager offers a brief overview of the program. Click here to view/download the FAST Institute One-Pager.
The FAST Institute Logic Model helps to visually explain how the FAST Institute works and what is required to achieve positive change. The information on the left demonstrates how inputs and activities as part of the FAST Institute lead to short and long-term outcomes (listed on the right) for schools and families served.FAST Institute Logic Model