Region 1 Comprehensive Center provides technical assistance to SEAs in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the Region 1 Comprehensive Center is part of a network of centers that focus on building the capacity of SEAs to develop, design, and implement strategies that improve educational outcomes for students.
Our partners in Maine are focused on fostering a culture of educational innovation and building state capacity to address persistent educational challenges with new ways of thinking. Current and completed projects include the following:
Our partners in Massachusetts are focused on improving practice in literacy instruction in Grades K–3 as a mechanism for addressing declining reading scores and consistent gaps in academic achievement for students from low-income households, students of color, and other historically disadvantaged student groups. Current and completed projects include the following:
Our partners in New Hampshire are focused on building an educational system that prepares students for future careers in a growing and changing workforce. Current and completed projects include the following:
Our partners in Vermont are focused on implementing cradle-to-career initiatives aimed at bolstering the opportunities and readiness of students to access workforce and economic development efforts. Current projects include the following: