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The ACT and SAT: No Longer Just College Admission Tests

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Focus on Compulsory Attendance Policies: About Age or Intervention?

Essential Elements of State Policy for College Completion: State Policies to Support a Statewide College- and Career-Readiness Agenda

Get It in Writing: Making Adolescent Writing an Immediate Priority in Texas

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A Decade of Progress: How SREB States Achieved Exceptional Gains

2013 SREB Fact Book on Higher Education

65 Years: Helping States Improve Education

A New Mission for the Middle Grades: Preparing Students for a Changing World

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MDC Raises Math Scores at Tennessee's Mt. Pleasant High
Teachers changed the way they taught math -- and test scores climbed. Teachers transformed their classrooms with better assignments through the Mathematics Design Collaborative framework and say students are engaged and learning more. The school has participated in SREB’s High Schools That Work since 2010, including training and coaching in the MDC and Literacy Design Collaborative frameworks. Full story >

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How Teachers Spend Their Summers: Learning to Be Even Better
How do teachers spend their summers? Learning, of course, so that they’re even better teachers when fall comes back around. This back-to-school blog post and video feature the Literacy Design Collaboration framework and how it helps teachers learn from one another.... MORE

SREB Field Tests Literacy, Math Courses to Help Close the Readiness Gap
SREB and partner states are field testing two SREB Readiness Courses to prepare more students for college and careers when they graduate from high school. SREB Literacy Ready and SREB Math Ready are designed to prepare students to start college in credit-bearing courses instead... MORE

ACT Scores Rise in SREB Region
Average ACT composite scores increased overall from 2013 to 2014 in the SREB region, with 10 of 16 SREB states seeing an increase in scores. The number of all graduating seniors who took the test while in high school also rose — by 3 percent. The data were released... MORE

Closing the Loop: The Minority Ph.D. ROI
States are investing in their futures through the SREB Doctoral Scholars Program, which helps minority Ph.D. students become faculty members. The return on investment? Candidates complete their doctorates faster and serve as role models for the increasingly diverse college... MORE

Kentucky Governor Beshear Will Chair Pre-K Commission During Second Term as SREB Chair
Governor Steve Beshear of Kentucky was elected to a second term as chair of the Southern Regional Education Board. He will chair the new SREB Commission on Prekindergarten Education. At its annual meeting in Louisville in June, SREB also elected other officers: Joe Pickens... MORE

83 Florida Principals Ready to Transform Struggling Schools After SREB Training
The Florida Turnaround Leaders Program (FTLP) is a big hit in Florida that will ultimately result in better principals, better schools, and higher-performing students. The program recently graduated 83 educators who are now prepared to improve some of the state's most challengi... MORE

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