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States, schools, colleges and employers can partner to build pathways that raise attainment, narrow skills gaps and serve local workforce needs.
What policy changes have the potential to help families afford postsecondary education and boost college completion?
January 28-30, 2020
Point Clear, Alabama
Nation’s largest gathering of minority doctoral scholars
October 24-27, 2019
Join us to learn more in interactive sessions on ed tech, teacher prep, workforce and more.
The Institute on Teaching and Mentoring is an important complement to university training in doctoral programs, according to a National Science Foundation-funded study of its participants.
To help states address equity, cost and the student experience, SREB is working with an advisory panel from across the states and will publish promising practices and provide technical assistance.
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Automation is changing the workplace. But the question isn’t whether there will be enough jobs in 10 years. It’s whether there will be enough workers with the skills to fill them.
Explore state policy recommendations for licensure, clinical teaching experiences, data systems for continuous improvement, and partnerships between colleges of education and school districts.
What can states do to ensure that students read proficiently by fourth grade? This report presents states’ current progress on this milestone, which is crucial to a child’s long-term success, and offers recommendations for policies that can help make sure students leave third grade with strong reading skills.
Use these interactive reports on school accountability plans in 16 states.
SREB Insights is a user-friendly way to navigate complex education topics and inform decisions and practice.