Great Lakes Comprehensive Center

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The Great Lakes Comprehensive Center provides high-quality technical assistance to the state education agencies in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. This assistance is tailored to each state’s individual needs and addresses the priorities of the U.S. Department of Education. The Great Lakes Comprehensive Center is one of the 15 regional comprehensive centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education, and its work is administered by AIR, helping State Education Agencies to lead and support their districts and school in improving student outcomes while working closely with other technical assistance providers, regional comprehensive centers, national content centers, and the regional educational laboratories.

Director(s)
Gary Appel
TA Providers email
amackeviciene@air.org
Regions Served
Midwest
States Served
Indiana
Michigan
Ohio
Level of Support
Tiered
Specialty Area
21st Century Skills
Career and Technical Education
Early Childhood Leadership
Education Leadership
Educator Effectiveness
Educator Preparation
Educator Retention
Equity
Evidence Based Practices
Multi-tiered Systems of Support
Organizational Leadership
School Climate
Social and Emotional Learning
Teacher Mentoring and Induction
Other Specialty Areas: Early Warning Systems
Primary Audience
State Education Agencies
Services
Assessment Tools
Coaching
Consulting
Content Expertise
Convening Stakeholders
Facilitation