The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) offers customized technical assistance, or direct assistance, and training to several stakeholders—state administrators, personnel in institutions of higher education, district and school administrators, teachers, school support staff, communities and families, and students—to improve conditions for learning.
Direct Assistance and Training to the Field at Large
Education stakeholders are welcome to reach out to NCSSLE to ask a question or request assistance.
- E-mail the center at email@example.com
A referral specialist will respond within one business day.
- Call our toll-free number, 1-800-258-8413
A referral specialist will be available to assist you between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. If you are prompted to leave a voice message, a referral specialist will contact you within two business days.
- Complete and submit a request for technical assistance.
For special instruction, NCSSLE delivers training that is culturally and linguistically competent through teams of specialists and experts in the field by (1) hosting webinars, conferences, and learning events and (2) developing useful products and tools. Among the Center-developed products are several training modules. Materials from all NCSSLE events and products are archived on this website for your use.
- Upcoming and archived webinars.
- Upcoming and archived conferences and learning events.
- NCSSLE products and tools.
Direct Assistance and Training to U.S. Department of Education Funded Grantees
NCSSLE also provides specialized direct assistance and training to a set of U.S. Department of Education funded grantees. Below are a list of the grantees we currently serve, as well as those we previously served. To learn more about a specific grant program, including the amount of funding for the grant program, a description of the grant program, a list of grantees, and other related information, simply click on the name of a grant program below. Please note: The webpages for the older grant programs also include grantee highlights and informative reports and/or innovation spotlights that provide helpful examples and lessons learned to the field.
Testament of NCSSLE's direct assistance to grantees: "As you probably already know, [NCSSLE TA provider] is excellent! I find our time together beneficial. It’s great to have time reserved to discuss progress, challenges, ideas, and brainstorm with someone who knows the project and can provide resources and create connections with other grantees that can share how they overcame similar challenges."
NCSSLE currently provides training and technical assistance to States and districts that have received the following U.S. Department of Education funded grants:
- Project Prevent (Cohort 2) (2019-2024)
- Trauma Recovery Demonstration (2019-2024)
- Mental Health Service Professional Demonstration (2019-2024)
- School-Based Mental Health Services (2021-2026)
In the past, NCSSLE provided training and technical assistance to other sets of grantees funded by the U.S. Department of Education:
- Safe Supportive Schools (2010-2014)
- Project Prevent (Cohort 1) (2014-2019)
- Promoting Student Resilience (2016-2018)