Welcome to the CCNetwork

The Comprehensive Center Network (CCNetwork) features 20 federally funded technical assistance Centersthe National Comprehensive Center and 19 Regional Comprehensive Centers.

The Centers address pressing educational needs around the country in collaboration with:

  • State, jurisdiction, district, and local leaders
  • The U.S. Department of Education
  • National organizations
  • Community partners

Each of these Centers offers no-cost services and products to support capacity building in state and local educational agencies.

What is the CCNetwork?

Check out this video to learn more about the CCNetwork.




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Strategic Planning for Continued Recovery

Strategic Planning for Continued Recovery offers tiered supports to state and local educational agencies (SEAs and LEAs) to sustain high-leverage strategies funded by the American Rescue Plan and other COVID-relief funds.

Learn more and access resources here!

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CCNetwork: By the Numbers

Want to learn more about each Comprehensive Center? Explore the projects, resources, and impact happening across the nation with our new, interactive page.

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School Spending & Outcomes Snapshot

SSOS allows users to view and print data visualizations to explore spending and outcomes data in order to foster thoughtful conversations to improve equity and outcomes in their schools communities.

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Circles of Reflection Toolkit

Circles of Reflection is an engaging process that unites a state education agency (SEA) with local educational agencies (LEAs) and Tribes for reflective and meaningful conversations about Native education.

CCNetwork Work Groups are a collaborative effort from Regional Center participants across the Network to address important topics in education. 

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What is the CCNetwork video has just won a Bronze Telly Award in the category of non-broadcast, government relations. This fully animated video helps to explain the Network and the work we do to support capacity building with our state clients.
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By Leslie Anway Teaching is a stressful profession. Before the pandemic, 61% of teachers reported that their work was “always” or “often” stressful, a statistic that was twice the rate of the general population. Since the pandemic experience, burnout and attrition amongst educators has become a major problem for many schools and districts across the United States. In 2023, the Rand Corporation found that teacher well-being is worse than…
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Registered Teacher Apprenticeship Programs: Paving the Road to the Teaching Profession is a compilation of brief video presentations and related resources for educational leaders seeking solutions for addressing teacher shortages and equity gaps in the teacher workforce. Throughout the package, enjoy informative video presentations from U.S. Departments of Education and Labor (ED and DOL) senior leaders, experts on Registered Teacher…
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Hadley Moore outlines 3 key takeaways from the scan, per her discussions with the D4Eteam.1. Defining equity is critical. One particularly salient finding in the National Comprehensive Center’s (NCC) new education policy scan is related to state-level definitions of the term “equity.” As part of the scan, the team researched whether SEAs had codified definitions of equity. It turned out that states that had equity codified had more policies…
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It’s been said that an investment in our children is an investment in our future with some even quantifying specific returns on those investments! With this in mind, and elevating the significance that investments in early experiences matter for young children, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) recently released a Dear Colleague Letter stating: “The skills and knowledge that children acquire in their early years are the building…