RSC Action Hubs

Hubs are vehicles for organizing and sharing the transformational work of RSC partners in a geographic region.

Rural School Collaborative “Hubs” provide a flexible and cost-effective infrastructure for the organization. The relationship between the Hubs and RSC are mutually beneficial.


The Black Belt Teacher Corps and the University of West Alabama's Rural Education Center are building stronger rural schools in Alabama.


Our Arkansas partners at the Rural Community Alliance advocate for strong relationships between rural communities and their public schools.

Northern California

Our partners at Chico State and North State Together are supporting innovative programs connecting new teachers to rural communities.

Western Illinois

The Galesburg Community Foundation, serving Knox and Warren Counties in Illinois, promotes school-based philanthropy throughout the region.

Missouri Ozarks

Our Missouri Ozarks Hub partners with Community Foundation of the Ozarks' Rural Schools Partnership, Ozarks Teacher Corps and Placeworks.

New England

Our New England hub partners are the Rural Educational Leaders Network and Plymouth State University.

North Dakota

Our Hub partners, North Dakota Small Organized Schools, work for all of the rural schools in The Peace Garden State


Our Ohio hub focuses on a wide array of rural education efforts with our partners at the Ohio Small and Rural Collaborative.

Northern Rockies

Teton Science Schools leads our Northern Rockies hub, which is centered around meaningful rural place-based education.

Southern Wisconsin

Our Southern Wisconsin hub focuses on the development of sustainable practices, environmental education and Farm to School.