The Bureau of Teaching & Learning Support is a part of the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, which is governed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The bureau functions as a consultative and facilitative agency in selected curriculum, instruction strategies and compensatory education. It is responsible for the provision and coordination of technical assistance, professional development, intermediate units, local educational agencies, and neglected and delinquent institutions. The Bureau of Teaching & Learning Support also coordinates programs, such as High School Reform, Classrooms for the Future, Project 720 and Schools to Watch. Additionally, it administers various state and federal programs and projects, including Title 1 and No Child Left Behind.