August 27, 2019
2 to 3 pm Eastern
In order to prepare students and parents to complete the FAFSA
form, it is critical to understand the barriers that exist, the
support needed and the resources available to navigate the
financial aid process. This webinar provided guidance on how
to support students and parents in complicated family or
financial circumstances, such as students in foster care or
experiencing homelessness, or dependent students who don’t live
with their legal parents. Through a review of federal
updates, frequently asked questions, and FSA resources,
participants received valuable information and tools to
prepare for the 2020-2021 FAFSA form.
October 8-11, 2019
Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel
Panelists from several states share their insights about how outcomes data and formative evidence collected during clinical experiences can improve teacher preparation. The SREB Teacher Preparation Commission recommended policymakers implement statewide data systems that prompt program leaders to transform practice.
Nation’s largest gathering of minority doctoral scholars
October 24-27, 2019
January 28-30, 2020
Point Clear, Alabama
College Access Reimagined: Leveraging virtual reality and artificial intelligence to increase match and fit
August 13, 2019
2 to 3 pm Eastern
Recent research demonstrates higher levels of college-knowledge, and a higher likelihood of having conversations with school personnel about college for middle school students who experienced a campus tour. Given the importance of a campus tour and connections to campus personnel to ensure proper college match and fit, it is essential students explore as many campuses as possible. The challenge is time and distance. Virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) can address these challenges.
If we don’t act to change how we educate children and train adults, millions of vulnerable workers and their children could be stuck in a cycle of poverty. Dive into profiles of the potential effects on each SREB state.
Date and Time
Tuesday, July 30
2 to 2:30 pm Eastern
Meagan Crowe, Policy Analyst, SREB
Stephen Pruitt, President, SREB
June 4, 2019
2:00PM – 3:00PM EDT
Social listening a very inexpensive and quick way to conduct market research. It is a great tool for conducting qualitative research to better understand the students that college access programs are trying to serve in order to better design interventions and support programs that will need students’ needs.