The Comprehensive Center Program is made up of 19 Regional Centers and 1 National Center. These 20 Centers, plus the addition of a previously-funded literacy content center, make up the Comprehensive Center Network (CCNetwork). These Centers provide services to all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Bureau of Indian Education, and U.S. territories and outlying areas. The CCNetwork provides capacity building services to state education agencies, regional education agencies, local education agencies, and schools to support their efforts to improve educational outcomes for all students, close achievement gaps, and improve the quality of instruction.
The National Center
The National Center works with States and Regional Centers to enhance the quality of instruction, close achievement gaps, and improve educational outcomes for all students. To this end, we deliver high-quality universal and targeted capacity building services and products, and work with key education stakeholders to leverage expertise and resources and, ultimately, maximize results. We’re a nimble team, serving as valued ambassadors to the Comprehensive Center Network (CCNetwork) by promoting Center services, serving the needs of the Comprehensive Center Program and the U.S. Department of Education as a whole, and being faithful stewards of federal education resources.