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The Southern Regional Education Board works with 16 member states to improve public education from pre-K through Ph.D.
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SREB 6h
Check out SREB's listing of state-by-state resources for teacher training on and evidence-based .
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Alan Richard 7h
Richard Ingersoll of in Atlanta speaking w/ on teacher supply and quality. Large increases in teacher workforce over last few decades, he says, esp. in special ed, ELL, foreign languages and STEM.
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SREB Apr 22
It's ! Learn more about SREB's Advanced Career program curriculum offering for Technology at .
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SREB Apr 19
SREB's research on the benefits of found that "investing early in young children lays a sturdy foundation for their education."
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SREB Apr 17
If states can identify more students who face the challenges of and provide effective early interventions, they should be able to reduce the proportion of students who perform below grade-level expectations.
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SREB Apr 17
Great are the key to preparing students for success after high school. The Teaching to Lead teacher preparation program helps new career and technical education teachers become great teachers.
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SREB Apr 16
Join us in an hour for SREB's webinar, Rethinking State Teacher Licensure, to learn how measures like observations, surveys, interviews or portfolios, etc., can round out how states assess the readiness of candidates.
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SREB Apr 16
TODAY: Join SREB at 1 p.m. for a webinar on rethinking , including how North Carolina is forging ahead to transform its requirements.
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SREB Apr 15
Join SREB tomorrow at 1 p.m. for a webinar to hear about practice-based exams plus the benefits of non-test measures to evaluate teacher candidates.
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SREB Apr 13
Join SREB's May 23 webinar: Preparing the Workforce for a Decade of Uncertainty. Explore what states can do to prepare today's students and tomorrow's adults for a changed .
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SREB Apr 12
Join SREB for an April 16 webinar to hear about practice-based exams plus the benefits of non-test measures to evaluate teacher candidates.
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Stephen Pruitt Apr 11
Join us tomorrow at 1 for our Webinar series. Tomorrow we will discuss a key action for the economic welfare of states. Aligning these federal programs are a critical first step to a Unified Vision of the Worksforce.
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Chuck Boyd Apr 11
Wrapping up this year’s literacy training at Central Gwinnett HS. Thank you teachers! Special thanks to GCPS instructional specialists Shawn Green, Mindy Lewis, Sean O’Connor, Kay Reynolds, Beth Autry, CTE Coordinator Kyle Jones & SREB’s Shawn Bender.
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SREB Apr 11
SREB is delighted that Sonja Brookins Santelises, CEO of , will share her vision of educational leadership as a featured speaker at this July.
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SREB Apr 11
Tuesday: Join SREB April 16 for a webinar on rethinking , including how North Carolina is forging ahead to transform its requirements.
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SREB Apr 11
Join us in Baltimore this July and explore with Jennifer Curtis, coauthor of NCTM's Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics. She's a featured speaker at our 2019 Networking Conference.
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SREB Apr 10
and , Craig Boykin's turnaround story offers powerful lessons for engaging, supporting and motivating the young people you serve. We're honored to have him as a featured speaker at in Baltimore.
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SREB Apr 10
Review a brief summary of final legislative actions in education in Virginia and West Virginia.
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SC Competes Apr 8
Our first Lunch and Learn was a success! Special thanks to KTM Solutions, , , , and for participating in our panel and for hosting!
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SREB Apr 9
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Thank you for sharing!
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