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Meagan Crowe
Policy Analyst

Meagan Crowe joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2017 as a policy analyst for high school and postsecondary education. Her experience includes commisioned research for the Center for State and Local Finance and producing finance and education policy summaries as a graduate research assistant. Meagan holds a Master of Public Administration from Georgia State University with a certification in Nonprofit Leadership and Management as well as her Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) credential from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.

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Mississippi, Arkansas Educators Win National Readiness Awards
Outstanding leadership in improving college readiness for high school students

Marla Davis, Mississippi Department of Education

Four educators were honored this week for their work to help underprepared students succeed in high school and postsecondary studies. Mary Zluticky of Horn Lake High School in Mississippi, Phil Wesson of Sheridan High in Arkansas, and Marla Davis and Jean Massey of the Mississippi Department of Education won SREB awards.

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Practicing with Tabs

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Albany State University
Alcorn State University
Baylor University
Charleston Southern University
Clemson University

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Faulkner University
Florida Atlantic University
Georgia College and State University
Grambling University
Harding University

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Educators Win 2017 LDC, MDC Awards at National Conference

Rankin County Mississippi educators

These teachers, trainers, schools and districts were honored for their implementation of the Literacy Design Collaborative and Mathematics Design Collaborative frameworks at SREB’s College- and Career-Readiness Standards Networking Conference July 10, 2017, in Nashville, Tennessee. 

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10 Issues Flyer

This flyer outlines 10 education technology issues that policymakers in SREB states should address now. Without adequate progress on these issues, states may fall short of their educational improvement goals, and their key policy initiatives may fail.

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