This research was conducted to survey the relationship between learning school and readiness for change in one of the non-profit educational complexes in Tehran. Learning school, that is derived from learning organization concept, consists of two aspects based on Bowen’s et al. definition, and readiness for change is defined in three aspects using the concept by Dunham et al.. Measuring tools in this research include two of Bowen’s et al. SSP-LO (School Success Profile-Learning Organization) questionnaires, and Dunham’s readiness for change questionnaire whose reliability based on Cronbach's Alpha index was calculated to be 0.94 and 0.87, respectively. To test the research hypotheses, parametric individual T-test and pearson’s correlation coefficient were used in addition to descriptive statistics. The research results showed that 1) there is a meaningful relationship between learning school and readiness for change; 2) a significant relationship was found between actions of learning school and readiness for change; and 3) no meaningful relationship was determined between feelings of learning school and readiness for change.
Aspects of learning school; Readiness for change; Actions; Feelings.