The Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) is a nonprofit organization established in 1994 to promote innovative models of schools and to engage in related activities that increase justice and opportunity for all learners.
CCE employs a set of well-defined, multi-disciplinary programs, services and tools designed to help educators promote and deliver rigorous, culturally responsive and relevant instruction and assessment that is aligned to curriculum and that meets or exceeds the Common Core State Standards. Our supporting activities include the production of provocative, data-driven content, and advocacy that drives reform and meaningful social change.
Our committed, well-trained and highly motivated team works with educators in the following ways:
CCE is an Approved Provider for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in the following areas:
- Essential Conditions for School Effectiveness
(for Levels 3 and 4 schools)
- Educator Evaluation
- Effective Use of Data
- Effective District Systems of Support (for Levels 3 and 4)
- Professional Learning Communities
- Aspiring Teacher Residencies
CCE is awarded 5 year, $4.8 million Federal grant. U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced that more than $13 million in grants has been awarded to 20 projects under the School Leadership Program which supports the development, enhancement, and expansion of innovative programs to recruit, train, and mentor principals and assistant principals for high-need schools and districts.