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.

Upcoming Event

Webinar: Expanding the Impact of the Community Schools Model—Tools and Resources from Two Statewide Coalitions

May 8, 2023 1:00pm–2:00pm CDT

This free webinar will highlight the groundbreaking work of Wisconsin and Minnesota Coalitions for Community Schools. Topics include policy, funding, sustainability, and starting and/or improving community schools. Additional opportunities for discussion and connection will also be shared.


Latest Resources

Community Schools in Wisconsin Guidebook: A Resource for Starting and Improving Community Schools

March 2023

The Community Schools model is an evidence-based strategy that centers equity and shared decisionmaking, and enhances educational opportunities for students. The primary purpose of this guidebook is to support a learning community that promotes the growth, quality, and sustainability of Community Schools across Wisconsin. This guidebook is intended for district and school leaders who are in earlier stages of Community Schools planning as well as those in implementation stages. In addition, advocates for Community Schools and policy can use this guidebook to get a better sense of the landscape of Community Schools in Wisconsin.


Diversifying the Educator Workforce: A Guide for Minnesota Districts and Schools

February 2023

This guidebook shares what strategies are currently being used for the recruitment and retention of teachers of color in Minnesota.


“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.


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