From 2012-2019, the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders (GTL Center) was a national content center under the federally funded Comprehensive Center Network, providing support to state education agencies and districts in all 50 states.
The Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center’s primary objective is to partner with states to provide opportunities to learn for teachers and leaders.
Better schools help make better communities and improve students’ chances of success. AIR experts use research-based strategies to help schools and districts build systems that improve outcomes and sustain improvements over time.
The College & Career Readiness & Success Center (CCRS Center), operated from 2012 to 2019, provided technical assistance support to states focused on ensuring all students graduate high school ready for college and career success.
The National Center on Intensive Intervention's mission is to build district and school capacity to support implementation of intensive intervention, or data-based individualization, in reading, mathematics, and behavior for students with severe and persistent learning and/or behavioral needs.
Since 2007, the MTSS Center has been a national leader in supporting states, districts, and schools across the country in implementing tiered support systems that address students’ academic, behavioral, social, and emotional needs.
The Region 1 Comprehensive Center at AIR builds the capacity of state education agencies (SEAs), local education agencies, and schools to improve instructional quality, address achievement and equity gaps, and improve outcomes for all students on state-identified priority initiatives.
The Region 9 Comprehensive Center, operated by AIR through a U.S. Department of Education grant since October 2019, provides intensive capacity-building services to state education agencies and other education stakeholders in Illinois and Iowa.
The National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER) is a joint project of AIR and scholars at Duke University, Northwestern University, Stanford University, the University of Missouri, the University of Texas at Dallas, and the University of Washington.
The National Center for Healthy Safe Children offers resources, training, and technical assistance to support states, tribes, territories, and local communities as they promote overall wellbeing for students and their families.