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Comprehensive Center Network Portal

We’ve launched the Comprehensive Center Network (CC Network) Portal! On this website, you can learn about the 23 Centers that make up the CC Network, search for all 23 Centers' resources, and request technical assistance. We hope you find everything you are looking for!                                                

                                                                          
Learn More About the Network

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STEM STRATEGIC PLAN

President Trump released a plan to strengthen science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. The five-year strategic plan seeks to ensure that all Americans have access to quality STEM education and safeguard America’s place as a global leader in innovation and employment. The Administration’s goals include building a strong foundation of STEM literacy, increasing diversity in STEM careers, and preparing the STEM workforce of the future.

Learn more about the plan here (fact sheet and blog post).

OSERS RETHINK

OSERS RETHINK

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) recently issued a framework that outlines how the office will focus its work to advance the Secretary’s priorities and continue to make progress toward achieving its mission to improve early childhood, educational, and employment outcomes and raise expectations for all individuals with disabilities, their families, their communities, and the nation

Learn more about how Comprehensive Centers support Special Education
 

 NOTICE OF PROPOSED PRIORITIES

NOTICE OF PROPOSED PRIORITIES

The U.S. Department of Education is proposing new priorities, requirements, definitions, and performance measures for the FY 2019 Comprehensive Centers program and invites you to comment on the proposed service delivery model and provide suggestions on how Comprehensive Centers can better support planning, implementation, and scale-up of evidence-based  programs, practices, and interventions in your State.  The public will have an opportunity to comment through October 29, 2018.

View the Notice of Proposed Priorities
 

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