Central Comprehensive Center
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The Central Comprehensive Center (C3) at the University of Oklahoma Outreach uses its High Impact Technical Assistance (HI-TA) Model to provide high quality technical assistance to Colorado, Kansas, and Missouri. C3’s support focuses on key initiatives, aligns with the Content Centers, and builds the capacity of state education agencies to implement, scale-up, sustain key initiatives to lead and support their local education agencies in comprehensive educational reform to improve student outcomes.
The HI-TA Model focuses on four critical roles:
- Building relationships and systems across organizations
- Facilitating critical thinking and problem solving
- Providing technical assistance based on best practices and evidence-based decision making
- Delivering information in response to priority needs
The HI-TA Model incorporates capacity building elements to increase human, organization, structural, material, and political capacity resulting in positive high impact outcomes.
Donna Castle Richardson, Ed.D.
TA Providers email
Level of Support
21st Century Skills
Career and Technical Education
Early Childhood Educators
Early Childhood Leadership
Evidence Based Practices
Multi-tiered Systems of Support
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)
Response to Intervention
Social and Emotional Learning
Teacher Mentoring and Induction
Transitions (from grade to grade)
Other Specialty Areas: Strategic Communication; English Language Learners; Curriculum and Instruction; Arts Integration
State Education Agencies