Finding ways to maximize student outcomes with the money at hand


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ESSA Financial Transparency Reporting Requirements

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Communication about ESSA within a well-coordinated communication system.

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Sets agency direction, organizes for productive management, tracks progress, and encourages innovation. View events, projects, and resources.

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Dean Nafziger, Ph.D., Director

The Building State Capacity and Productivity Center (BSCP Center) assists state education agencies (SEAs) throughout the country as they adapt to constrained fiscal resources and increased demands for greater productivity.

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BSCP Center and the Every Student Succeeds Act

The BSCP Center assists states in their transition to ESSA and in planning new directions given ESSA’s call for greater state autonomy.  Learn more about our targeted and expert technical assistance in communication, productivity, and performance by hovering over the above images.


Maximizing Opportunities Under ESSA


In this sixth volume the SEA of the Future, Maximizing Opportunities Under ESSA, reputable scholars explore how states can 1) craft accountability systems that can drive continuous improvement system wide, and 2) redefine their role in supporting educators, schools, and districts.


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States Chart New Directions for Education with a Little Help From Their Friends

Topics addressed by the Solutions publications result from specific questions about implementing processes, procedures, and the use of tools. Instead of suggesting a topic, an SEA or Regional Center could ask a question or series of related questions that may be considered for a future Solutions publication

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Arkansas Out Front with SPM

The BSCP Center is funded by a cooperative agreement (#S283B120042) between the U.S. Department of Education and Edvance Research, Inc.

The findings and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the policies of the U.S. Department of Education.


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