A network of projects and centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide information and technical assistance to states, schools, educational professionals and families.
The Tennessee Department of Education strives to expand students’ access to effective teachers and leaders, families’ access to good schools, educators’ access to resources and best practices and public access to information and data.
The Purpose of the Texas Comprehensive Center is to provide technical assistance and support to the Texas Education Agency to assure Texas has an education system with the capacity and commitment to eliminate achievement gaps and enable all students to achieve at high levels.
The College & Career Readiness & Success Center's CCRS Organizer provides a visual, consolidated overview of the many key elements that impact a student's ability to succeed in college and careers at both the institutional and individual levels. It is intended to be a comprehensive and visual representation of the complexities of college and career readiness and success.
This monograph explores the ways in which large-scale school reform efforts play out in American Indian/Alaska Native communities and schools, starting from a historical and cultural perspective, and focusing on the translation of research into concrete stpes leading to American Indian/Alaska Native student academic success and personal well-being.
Dr. David Conley, CEO of the Educational Policy Improvement Center (EPIC) and a professor at the University of Oregon, discusses challenges and strategies for addressing the increasingly complex landscape of college and career readiness on this National High School Center Webinar held June 5, 2012. This session incorporates and expands upon a presentation shared by Dr. Conley at the National High School Center's College and Career Readiness Symposium, held on April 24, 2012 in Washington, DC.