Important news and upcoming events.
What kinds of policy changes have the potential to help families afford postsecondary education and boost college completion?
High school graduation rates are up, but college attainment is flat. We must prepare more students to succeed in postsecondary study.
What actions can states take to improve teacher evaluation and feedback for educators under the Every Student Succeeds Act?
July 13-16 in Louisville
July 11-13 in Louisville
October 27-30 in Tampa, Florida
DE, DC, NC and SC Join Distance Ed Agreement
SARA helps make distance education more accessible across state lines
Atlanta, GA — Delaware, District of Columbia, North Carolina and South Carolina are now members of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement. Forty states plus DC — close to 1,000 institutions — now participate in SARA.
Conferences Connect K-12 Educators to Strategies That Work
Louisville hosts High Schools That Work and College- and Career-Readiness Networking Conferences
Louisville, Kentucky, expects thousands of educators from around the nation in July.
Where We Work
From pre-K to Ph.D, education across a lifetime.
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.
Learn more about these reports, services and results.
The report of the SREB Early Childhood Commission
Building a Strong Foundation: State Policy for Early Childhood Education
The Commission calls for states to raise the quality of early education programs and ensure they are well-coordinated across different agencies and budgets.
The recommendations cover wider access and accountability for results. The report also sheds light on the need for a statewide policy framework to bring together public and private funding currently spread across agencies and budgets.
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.
SREB’s Commission on Career and Technical Education offered eight actions states can take to build rigorous, relevant career pathways. Supported by policies and practices described in the report, these actions can help states increase the percentage of young adults earning valuable industry and postsecondary credentials.