Connecting Classrooms, Careers and College offers a comprehensive guide to High Schools That Work and SREB’s related school improvement services.
For more than 30 years, SREB has partnered with states, districts and schools to identify and implement strategies that engage and empower young people to put what they learn in the classroom to work in the real world.
This two-page document summarizes how SREB partners with states, districts and schools to identify and adopt tools and strategies – like the High Schools That Work school improvement model – that help them achieve their college- and career-readiness goals.
This two-page document describes how SREB’s professional development and instructional coaching services can help elementary schools, middle grades schools, high schools and technology centers ensure that more students graduate college ready, career ready or both.
This two-page document describes how SREB’s research-based curricula and classroom observation tools empower middle grades schools, high schools and technology centers to transform teaching and learning and help more students achieve college and career readiness.
This two-page document describes how SREB’s annual meetings bring educators and policymakers together to share best practices.
SREB also offers data-driven curriculum, instruction and career pathway reviews that help schools identify and own their readiness gaps. Related workshops empower school leaders and teachers to design action plans that give teachers the time they need to work in cross-disciplinary teams to plan engaging, standards-driven assignments.
This two-page document describes how SREB’s school improvement frameworks and related services give districts a way to streamline their many college- and career-readiness efforts into a single, integrated strategic plan.
This two-page document summarizes how the new High Schools That Work school improvement framework helps states, districts and schools create personalized, meaningful learning experiences that encourage students to succeed.
This two-page document summarizes how the Technology Centers That Work school improvement framework helps technology centers, high schools and districts provide quality career pathway programs and support students’ mastery of academic, technical and workplace skills and attainment of postsecondary credentials and degrees.
This is an overview of the HSTW redesigned senior-year, which allows eligible students to complete graduation requirements while taking college-level courses at the high school or on a college campus. Students may graduate with up to two semesters of credit (or 30 hours) toward an associate or bachelor’s degree or an advanced industry credential.