The Region 10 Comprehensive Center provides a dynamic range of capacity-building services to Minnesota and Wisconsin state education agencies, regional agencies, and local school districts. We carry out support directly, through special events, publications, and promotion of resources.

Latest Resources

“Leaks” in the Educator Pipeline: Wisconsin Educator Preparation Program (EPP) Completers Working in Illinois and Minnesota Public Schools

January 2023

This policy brief examines one type of “leak” in the Wisconsin educator pipeline, a leak in the number of recent graduates from one of the state’s 40+ educator preparation programs (EPPs) electing to work in Illinois or Minnesota public schools. While this group is numerically small, with just 38 Wisconsin 2017-18 EPP completers working in Illinois in 2018-19 and another 287 working in Minnesota, these subgroups combined represent almost 7% of all Wisconsin EPP completers from 2017-18. Additionally, nearly one-fifth (19.8%) of Wisconsin EPP completers were not working in Wisconsin public schools the following year. Available data only allow us to look at losses for a single cohort of Wisconsin EPP completers (from 2017-18); however, the trends uncovered warrant a deeper exploration of potential patterns from other years that could constitute a "leak" in the WI educator pipeline.


The Essential Conversations to Build Capacity through Family, School, and Community Partnerships

April 2022

This webinar shared effective practices and strategies to engage all stakeholders. The goals of the WI-ULI and the WMCC10 are to promote effective family school and community engagement practices and to exchange ideas across the education and business community.


Strengthening Family-School Partnerships within Rural Schools

March 2022

This webinar provided tangible strategies to enhance family-school partnerships in rural schools. Presented March 24, 2022.


“They have a strong knowledge of the work of the SEA, and they are able to make connections and build coherence across projects. They are flexible, knowledgeable, and supportive of our work. I feel that they greatly expand our capacity at the SEA.”

—WDPI leader