ACT Participation Grows in SREB Region, Scores Hold Steady
Nine of 16 SREB states saw an increase in average composite ACT scores for the class of 2015, and six others matched their composite score from 2014. From 2014 to 2015, the number of students taking the test grew significantly in SREB states — up 6 percent. Full... MORE
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Teacher Reflection and Growth Through Classroom Observations
SREB's Tysza Gandha, shared tips for classroom observers during SREB's High Schools That Work conference. Communicating effectively and setting priorities are key. MORE
How States and Schools Can Engage Employers to Invest in Workplace Learning
Work-based learning takes many forms: internships, job shadowing and service learning, for example. American parents strongly believe that students need these kinds of hands-on learning opportunities. In a recent poll, two-thirds of parents agreed that high school students... MORE
High-Quality Pre-K Yields Lasting Gains for Children
As its Commission on Early Childhood prepares final recommendations, SREB brings together the research on what children gain from high-quality prekindergarten programs. The brief, Confronting the Fade-Out Debate: Children Flourish and Gains Do Last in High-Quality Pre-K Programs,... MORE
Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee Join SARA Distance Ed Agreement
Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee were approved by the Southern Regional Education Board this week to join the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA). These three bring the number of participating states to 27.
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