Your school and district can improve high school and college graduation rates by implementing the SREB Readiness Courses, proven to increase student readiness for college and careers. These courses are designed for underprepared students who need a different approach in a challenging and engaging environment. School districts are encouraged to send teams of teachers to the institute, which includes registration to the 30th Annual High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference, July 13-15, in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Ready for College courses, Literacy Ready and Math Ready, are offered during the senior year to prepare students for the rigors of college and postsecondary studies. The Ready for High School courses in Literacy and Math are offered during the eighth or ninth grade to prepare students for success in high school.
Attend Two Conferences for One Low Price
Register for the SREB Readiness Courses Institute; fee is $250.
Receive complimentary registration for the 30th Annual High Schools That Work StaffDevelopment Conference, July 13-15.
Stipends Available for the SREB Readiness Courses Institute
Register Here: http://bit.ly/ReadinessNow
There is a $500 stipend available for the fi rst 100 teachers who register for the institute.
The stipend is provided to participants upon completion of training.
Reimburses participants 100 percent of the $250 registration fee.
Provides $250 for assistance with travel and lodging.
District teams of five or more receive an additional $100 stipend per teacher to use toward travel and lodging: A total stipend package of $600 per registrant!
Schedule at a Glance
Teachers will attend five days of training — full days of training on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with half days on Thursday and Friday. The schedule allows participants to attend the 30th Annual High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.
Certifi cates of Completion will be provided to all teachers completing the training for professional development or continuing education credit. Online follow-up support is offered to participants to give the teachers resources and assistance needed during the first year of course implementation.
Contact Diane Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the Readiness Courses Institute. Contact John Squires at email@example.com with any questions about the SREB Readiness Courses.