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What 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?
Connecting Middle School Educators to the New MMGW Framework
Enhancing Advanced Career STEM Pathways Through Career Academies
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Schools that adopt an AC STEM Pathway program of study became part of a national network dedicated to increasing students’ education.
New reports detail how states aligned classroom teaching materials to their states’ college- and career-readiness standards.
Four educators honored for outstanding teaching, leadership.
LAC officers are Baker of Alabama and Millar of Georgia
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How have schools managed the massive shift of aligning classroom teaching materials to their states’ college- and career-readiness standards?
These reports — 15 state profiles plus a regional report covering all states — benchmark state efforts and identify high-leverage strategies to learn from.
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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 Insights interactive data tool is a user-friendly new way to navigate complex education topics and inform decisions and practice. State policymakers, thought leaders and education leaders can understand and compare trends, policies and recommended actions for reaching college- and career-readiness standards.
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.