Important news and upcoming events.
State Regulations and Actions
SREB staff are tracking developments in our states. Please contact us if we maybe of service with additional information on state responses related to education and the workforce.
Policies from each state related to school response to disease outbreak. Includes links to state public health office guidance in each state, from ChildTrends
From the National Conference of State Legislatures
- State fiscal responses to coronavirus
- Suspension or postponement of state legislative sessions
- COVID-19 and elections
School closure map from Education Week
Stress testing to help plan for budgetary effects, from Pew Trusts
States, schools, colleges and employers can partner to build pathways that raise attainment, narrow skills gaps and serve local workforce needs.
What policy changes have the potential to help families afford postsecondary education and boost college completion?
With colleges and schools closed for COVID-19, state leaders will need to act quickly to keep 60,000 teacher-candidates on track to graduate and enter the workforce in Southern states next year. SREB convened college of education and K-12 leaders from five states to discuss barriers and share ideas, and a new brief recommends short-term policy changes.
We’re sharing resources to help faculty teach online and leaders make decisions ─ including shared digital learning resources. We are also convening leaders to explore ways to help one another around the challenges ahead. Together, we can do more than we can alone.
Where We Work
From pre-K to Ph.D., education across a lifetime.
Learn more about these reports, services and results.
Automation is changing the workplace. If leaders do not act, 18 million people in the 16-state region could be unemployable. See the numbers for your state.
Mastering math concepts in elementary school is critical to keep students on track to tackle more complex material in middle and high school.This report offers recommendations to get elementary teachers the thorough preparation they deserve. It also explores math anxiety, dyscalculia and more.
SREB’s Academic Common Market is a hub for states, universities and college students to share access to uncommon degree programs. Students whose states don’t offer the degree they want may find the program in another SREB state and be eligible to attend at in-state tuition rates.