The Energy and Power (EP) curriculum enables students to understand the interplay of the generation, distribution and use of energy. The webinar will explore this new EP curriculum with examples that illustrate how students research, design and build a series of authentic, hands-on projects that will facilitate their learning about the integration of engineered systems and require them to apply literacy, math and science concepts to solve authentic, challenging problems.
Atlanta, GA — The National Research Center for Career and Technical Education has joined forces with the Southern Regional Education Board, bringing together two leading organizations focused on improving the quality of career-technical education in public high schools.
Morganton, NC — State Rep. Hugh Blackwell of Valdese,
N.C., has been appointed to the Southern Regional Education
Board’s Legislative Advisory Council by North Carolina Governor
Atlanta, GA — More than 6,000 high school seniors across the nation will receive the 2014 High Schools That Work (HSTW) Award of Educational Achievement this spring from the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB).
The Award of Educational Achievement recognizes high school seniors at HSTW and Technology Centers That Work (TCTW) schools who not only complete a rigorous high school curriculum but also demonstrate their readiness to succeed in the work place or in further education after graduation.