SREB has long held that high-quality career and technical
education transforms how students learn by connecting the
classroom with the real world of work. Our nine Advanced Career curricula exemplify the
power of CTE. Each four-course AC career pathway is built around
hands-on, project-based assignments that challenge students to
apply academic knowledge, technical know-how and teamwork skills
to solve the same problems faced by industry professionals.
More and more jobs require some education past high school, yet
we are not preparing enough students for college, careers or
both. Career pathways from middle and high school through college
and into the workplace can accelerate access to the middle
SREB’s Project-Based Learning in Career Pathways training helps
schools develop authentic and rigorous projects that provide
students opportunities to master technical and academic standards
for college and careers.
SREB provides training and coaching for academic and career
and technical education teachers as they collaborate on
better assignments and assessments.
It is time to complete the 2019-20 SREB Annual Site Progress
Report. This report provides an opportunity for school leadership
teams and faculty to collaboratively review current school
improvement efforts, reflect on progress in implementing the
Making Schools Work
processand discuss a plan
for this school year.