State ACM Websites and Contacts
***Please contact your state ACM coordinator for application status updates***
Please note that submitting an inquiry through this site is not the same as submitting an ACM application. To apply for ACM status, you must complete and submit your home state’s ACM application to be certified as a resident. This inquiry only notifies your state contact of your interest in the ACM program.
Notice: As a result of the General Assembly of North Carolina’s Appropriations Act of 2011, North Carolina no longer participates in the Academic common Market.
Jeffrey Grove joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2006 as a research associate to the state services team, where he brings nearly 20 years of experience working on issues of education policy and practice in the public education sector. He has contributed to numerous editions of SREB’s Legislative Report, addressed inquiries on education policies and legislation from policymakers and their staff in SREB states, and authored reports and briefs on current education issues.
SREB tracks and reports on actions on education issues by state lawmakers across the SREB region. Based on research and meetings with state leaders during their legislative sessions, issues of the Legislative Report detail recent governors’ proposals, bills and funding actions.
Legislators, governors’ staffs and other policy-makers often turn to SREB for the latest information on education issues.
Increasing Faculty Diversity
More than one-third of America’s college students are people of color. But racial and ethnic minorities make up only small fractions of college faculty. Nationwide, about 5 percent of faculty are African-American, about 3 percent are Hispanic and about 1 percent are Native American. The SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program is working to change that.
Application materials will be available beginning January 10, 2020. The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. EST on March 31.
The SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program offers two awards to students who are pursuing Ph.D.s and plan to become college and university professors. If you are eligible, you are invited to apply for one of these awards.
Study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college. Pay in-state tuition rates.
Is a degree program you’d like to pursue not available in your state? Is out-of state tuition a barrier to a major offered at a college in another state?
You’re in the right place. For more than 35 years, SREB’s Academic Common Market has enabled students to pursue out-of-state college degrees at in-state tuition rates, through agreements among the states and colleges and universities.
The below programs are available to the residents of Arkansas.
Arkansas RCP State Contact
Little Rock, AR 72201
The Making Schools Work Advisory Council is composed of state directors of CTE and school improvement from states belonging to SREB’s school improvement networks.
2019-2020 Council Members
Karen Anderson, School Improvement Director, Alabama State Department of Education
Deborah Coffman, Assistant Commissioner of Public School Accountability, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Arkansas Department of Education
Tiara Booker-Dwyer, Assistant State Superintendent of College and Career Readiness, Maryland State Department of Education
Wendy Clemons, Executive Director, Secondary Education and Professional Development, Mississippi Department of Education
Latoya Dixon, Director, Office of School Transformation, South Carolina Department of Education
Kelly Foster, Associate Commissioner, Office of Next Generation Schools and Districts, Kentucky Department of Education
Twila Green, High Schools That Work / Technology Centers That Work State Coordinator, Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education
Yvonne Holloman, Associate Director, Office of School Quality, Virginia Department of Education
Stan Hopkins, High Schools That Work Coordinator, West Virginia
David Horseman, Associate Commissioner, Office of Career and Technical Education, Kentucky Department of Education
Stephanie Johnson, Deputy Superintendent, School Improvement, Georgia Department of Education
Dave Leavitt, SREB School Improvement Consultant, New York
Betheny Lyke, Principal Consultant, District and School Improvement Center, American Institutes for Research
Angel Malone, CATE Director, Office of Career & Technical Education, South Carolina Department of Education
Brook Meiller, Executive Director, School Support & Improvement, Oklahoma State Department of Education
Edmund Mitzel, Executive Director, Maryland State Department of Education
Shell Nichols, Assistant Director, Office of Career Technical Education, Ohio Department of Education
Molly Ream, Program Specialist, Georgia Department of Education
Sonja Robertson, Executive Director, School Improvement, Mississippi Department of Education
Judith Sams, Specialist, Business and Information Technology & Related Clusters, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, Virginia Department of Education
Hether Little-Shirey, Principal, Moore High School, Oklahoma
Felicia Everson-Tuggle, Assistant Commissioner of School Improvement, Tennessee Department of Education
Kristy Unger, Assistant Director, Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center, Missouri
Margaret Williamson, Assistant Director, West Virginia Department of Education
The Mary Elizabeth Carnegie Award is given by the Council to a nurse educator who best exemplifies Carnegie’s quest for excellence in nursing education. The honor is a regional award in recognition of Dr. M. Elizabeth Carnegie, who was a trailblazer, a pathfinder, a scholar and an advocate for workforce diversity in nursing education and practice.
Please mark your calendars for the upcoming Institute on Teaching and Mentoring. The 2020 Institute will be held in Tampa, Florida October 29-November 1 at the Marriott Water Street. For more information visit the Institute website.
As a reminder, please do not forget that on our Program Web site we offer a job posting service. This is a free service that we encourage universities from the entire nation to use. For students, this service helps you to look for jobs.