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College Affordability

What kinds of policy changes have the potential to help families afford postsecondary education and boost college completion?



National TCTW Leaders Forum

January 31 – February 2, 2017
Mobile, Alabama
Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza Hotel

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Join hundreds of state and local CTE leaders to discuss and learn how to connect students to a rigorous career pathway that ultimately leads to a career or college.

Learn more at www.sreb.org/tctwforum.


Advising Students for the 21st Century and Beyond
National Workshop

February 26-28, 2017
San Antonio, Texas
Westin Riverwalk

Registration Opening Soon!

Want to improve student attendance, decrease discipline referrals, increase student achievement, and meet college and career readiness standards? Learn how to not only implement a successful advisement initiative, but how to make advisement the most revered strategy on your campus!

Learn More Here


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From pre-K to Ph.D, education across a lifetime.

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SREB works side-by-side with states to improve education. Click the map or menu to explore education in any of our 16 member states.


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Publication July 9, 2016 | 7 pages | (16V18)Gene Bottoms and Kirsten Sundell

Career Pathways
Accelerating Access to the Middle Class

More and more jobs require some education past high school, yet we are not preparing enough students for college, careers or both. Career pathways from middle and high school through college and into the workplace can accelerate access to the middle class.

General information

Study in a specialized field

Pay in-state tuition rates at an out-of-state college.

The SREB Academic Common Market is a tuition-savings program for college students in SREB states who want to pursue degrees not offered in their states. More than 1,900 programs are available.

Students benefit by being able to enroll in uncommon degree programs – at in-state tuition rates.

States benefit by avoiding duplication of specialized degrees offered in neighboring states.

Colleges benefit by filling capacity to serve additional students.

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