During three special events in June, SREB will look at several critical issues facing education as states recover from the effects of the pandemic. We’ll look at the urgent need to support students so they can complete postsecondary credentials, examine teacher shortages and new ways to curb them, and conclude with a conversation among governors from SREB states.
Health, safety and travel concerns make in-person AC training challenging this year. That’s why SREB will host AC’s newly redesigned Teacher Training Institutes completely online in 2021-22.
The 2021 Making Schools Work Conference will be held as an all-virtual event on SREB’s eShow virtual event platform.
In these webinar recordings, experts share insights to help higher education leaders as they face new challenges and longstanding challenges exacerbated by the pandemic.
As the adoption of automation accelerates, it is more important than ever to prepare students for good careers available in their local economies. Through strategic industry-education partnerships, states can ensure that more students are prepared for in-demand jobs and more employers can meet their workforce needs. Strategic industry partnerships can also introduce students to careers through quality work-based learning experiences.
The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for many years, and states must initiate plans now to help boost recovery. In this series of six webinars, SREB explored how state leaders can strategically use workforce and education funding to help their state economies bounce back more quickly.
Join us to learn more in interactive sessions on ed tech, teacher prep, workforce and more.