Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1)Continue to retain early career special education staff statewide by making mentoring available near the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. 2)Make available prior and newly developed Kansas Early Career Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS) online content for use by eMSS staff, mentors and mentees. Continue use of a secure platform for mentors and mentees ensuring confidentiality and convenience. 3)Using proven evidence-based practices from the eMentoring for Student Success model continue to recruit, retain, and train a state Mentor Cadre with fidelty. eMSS mentees are the primary beneficiaries of the eMSS mentor cadre services. 4)Continue to offer virtual mentoring and face to face professional development for both eMSS mentors and mentees.5)Expand project services to include eMSS mentoring of early career special education administrators and selected related service providers. 6)Expand project services to include “eMSS staff retention coaching” for select district leaders who have eMSS mentees.7)Using established methodology and reporting procedures, conduct a longitudinal data analysis on the attrition rates of special education staff and related services providers annually. Provide other data upon request.