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Moving Upward and Onward
Income Mobility at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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January 21, 2020
2 to 3 pm Eastern 

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Presenters from American Institutes of Research and Rutgers University will discuss the value of historically black colleges and universities to both students and to the field of postsecondary education. Presenters will provide an overview of their research on how predominantly white institutions and HBCUs impact graduates’ economic mobility. Their recent study compared the income of recent college graduates to parents’ incomes and found that HBCUs do a better job of helping low-income students progress into the middle class. Results showed that nearly 70% of HBCU students attain at least middle-class incomes, and most low-income HBCU students improve their long-term economic position. Reasons for their findings, as well as how all postsecondary institutions can work to improve the economic mobility of their graduates, will be discussed.


Federal Guidance on Supporting Students and Families Through the FAFSA Process

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To prepare students and parents to complete the FAFSA form, it is critical to understand the barriers, 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. 


College Access Reimagined: Leveraging virtual reality and artificial intelligence to increase match and fit

August 13, 2019
2 to 3 pm Eastern

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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.


Education, Automation and the Workforce
State by State Impact

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

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Re-Engaging Adult Learners: Mississippi’s Complete to Compete Campaign

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July 16, 2019
2 to 3 pm Eastern 

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“Complete 2 Compete” is a partnership between the eight public universities, 15 community colleges, and one medical center in MS. As part of C2C, the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning and the Mississippi Community College Board partnered together to identify adult non-completers, categorize adults into target groups, launch a website and comprehensive marketing campaign, and provide support services to help adults complete their degrees.


The Perkins V Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment

The federal Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, known as Perkins V, requires agencies to conduct a comprehensive local needs assessment to guide their local applications. Join SREB for a webinar to help states determine what guidance and resources to provide local education agencies as they conduct their comprehensive local needs assessments


Clinical Practice in Teacher Preparation
Innovation, Promising Practices and the State's Role

New teachers need plenty of opportunities to practice their teaching skills, and they need specific, targeted feedback to help them improve.  The SREB Teacher Preparation Commission concluded that being sure teacher candidates experience high-quality clinical practice is the clearest implication of research in the field. Join us for a discussion on promising practices and the state’s role in policy.