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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By Kim Anderson, Ph.D. and Paticia A. Popp, Ph.D. Taking stock of the issue In addition to experiencing a high level of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), students experiencing homelessness often need multiple types of support to help them cope with intensive challenges such as chronic stress, experiences of violence, fear of stigma, and feelings of disconnection from school and isolation from peers. They may need assistance with…
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High-quality instructional materials (HQIM) can make a real difference in student learning. But purchasing HQIM is only the first step in ensuring students gain the benefits of the new investment. In reality, there are many roadblocks on the way to effective use of HQIM, ranging from partial or spotty usage to outright resistance. With the unprecedented investments in HQIM through ARP ESSER funds, it is time to shine a spotlight on best…
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“If you could have any superpower, what would it be?” It’s a timeless question that we as educators ask young people all the time—and in truth, we might occasionally ask ourselves that same question! There might be the expected responses of being able to fly, having superstrength, or teleportation. But we might also imagine a world in which a young person who has a multilingual background might assert, “I already have one!” The “Being Bilingual…
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Are you curious about:• What kinds of services are offered by the CCNetwork?• What kinds of projects are happening in a certain state or jurisdiction?• What kinds of topics are highlighted by Regional Comprehensive Centers (RCCs)? To help answer these questions and more, the National Comprehensive Center (NCC) has compiled information on RCC projects from the 2023-24 fiscal year, resources posted in our resource library, and Impact Stories…