About the Network

The Comprehensive Center Network (CC Network) comprises 23 centers, including eight National Content Centers and 15 Regional Centers.

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The eight National Content Centers are devoted to developing research-based resources to inform improvements in policy practice.

NATIONAL CONTENT CENTERS FOCUS AREAS

Data-based decision-making & financial transparency
Early childhood education
College & career readiness
Innovations in learning
Teacher and leader effectivness
Accountability standards and assessments
Improving low-performing schools
Literacy

The 15 Regional Centers provide direct support to State Education Agencies and Local Education Agencies in designated geographic regions.

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REGIONAL CENTERS PRIMARY FOCUS

The Regional Centers primarily focus on building SEA capacity to support local educational agencies (LEAs or districts) and low-performing schools. This assistance is designed to help educators close achievement gaps and improve the quality of instruction to improve outcomes for all children.