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If we don’t prepare them with skills and credentials for a workforce transformed by automation,18 million people in the South could be unemployable.
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?
The rising cost of college hits low-income families hardest, slowing progress toward states’ educational attainment goals and the workforces their economies need. The latest SREB college affordability profiles tell the story of affordability in each state.
A new Higher Education Recovery Task Force will convene higher education leaders from the 16 Southern Regional Education Board states to address the challenges facing colleges, universities and students during the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery.
The task force will be chaired by Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Chancellor Glen D. Johnson and SREB President Stephen L. Pruitt. It will hold its first meeting by next week.
Leaders from 16 states will serve on a new regional Education Recovery Task Force to help states determine the best strategies for reopening K-12 public schools, providing each student with the support they need, and planning for a possible COVID-19 resurgence and future emergencies, the Southern Regional Education Board announced today.
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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.