In this section, SEAs describe how their plans to use funds, including Title IV, Part A, to support state strategies and local use of funds to ensure that all students, from PreK to 12th Grade, have the opportunity to meet academic and career and technical standards and graduate with a high schoo
P-12 Education and Social Development
We help children and youth do better in the classroom and in life by supporting educators and social service professionals, families and students, leaders and policymakers, to identify effective education programs and resources; to develop policies and services that promote well-being; and ultimately, to translate evidence into action. We work within and foster collaboration across systems—mental health/substance abuse, juvenile justice, child welfare, health, and education—strengthening their capacity to use evidence–based strategies.
District and School Improvement
English Language Learners
Equity in Education
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
International Comparisons in Education