Thank you for choosing to renew your institution’s membership in the SREB Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing. We appreciate your continued participation and support.
By renewing now, you will be joining the Council for the 2019-2020 membership year, which begins July 1, 2019 and ends June 30, 2020.
If you have questions or need to update contact information for your institution, please contact Brenda Marshall at email@example.com or 404-879-5523.
A guide for states and districts interested in developing educator support for new approaches to student surveys
The Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing invites exhibitors and sponsors to support nursing educators and future practitioners in the Southern region through our annual conference in Atlanta November 12-14.
For CCEN-Member Institutions
Details to be announced soon.
Deadline: October 13 to be included in program.
Please have the invoice number available and provide contact information for the person to receive renewal confirmation.
In the fall of 2015, Southeastern School, a K-12 school serving a suburban community outside of Birmingham, Alabama, began adopting the Literacy Design Collaborative and the Mathematics Design Collaborative instructional strategies.
Before Southeastern made the commitment to implementing LDC and MDC, Principal Glenn Puckett knew it was important to have teacher buy-in and he asked some of the mid-career teachers to look into the literacy and math frameworks more closely.
Certain types of organisms, such as the jellyfish man-o-war, have a symbiotic relationship.
Why Align Instructional Materials to College- and Career- Readiness Standards?
In recent years, states across the nation have adopted K-12 college- and career-readiness standards in ELA and math. As a result, states now have a stronger foundation from which to improve student achievement and boost graduates’ readiness for postsecondary education and the workforce. To implement these standards, educators—teachers, school and district leaders, and other personnel who support instruction—need to learn more about the standards and instructional strategies for teaching them.
In Jefferson County Schools, district leaders are working with principals and teachers to implement strategies that will produce real results: more students prepared for college and career.
SREB is working with the district to put this full-scale reform into action. The model district story series highlights the progress Jefferson County is making on the road to better instructional practice and more student success.
It’s a chronic problem in many schools — students won’t turn in their assignments or they turn in incomplete assignments. In one year alone, Huron Middle School in South Dakota, had 11,274 missing student assignments.