Regional Comprehensive Centers (Regional Centers) provide intensive capacity-building services to one or more States to identify, implement, and sustain effective evidence-based practices that support improved educator and student outcomes. Together, Regional Centers provide services to all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Bureau of Indian Education, and the U.S. territories and outlying areas.
Examples of some of the services Regional Centers can provide:
- Conduct needs-sensing to determine priority areas for state and local education agencies
- Identify evidence-based practices (EBPs) to help states and districts address needs
- Develop a plan to integrate EBPs in state and local agency policies, procedures, and programs
- Offer support to implement and sustain the new practices
Click on the links below to access interactive maps where you can find more information about Regional Centers' project organized by Center and state agency.