As automation accelerates, it is more important than ever to
prepare students for good careers available in their local
economies. When schools and colleges partner with industries of
strategic importance in their states, more students are prepared
for in-demand jobs and more employers can meet their workforce
To help states retain their teachers and recruit the next
generation into the profession, SREB
offers an examination of teacher compensation policies
in our states and how adjustments could help reverse teacher
In addition to rising unemployment, COVID-19 poses another threat
to the jobs of low-skill workers in the South. The pandemic is
accelerating the move to automation by as much as five years.
Millions people will need training and education to be employable
in 2025. See the data
for your state.
Mastering math concepts in elementary school is critical to keep
students on track to tackle more complex material in middle and
high school.This report offers recommendations to get
elementary teachers the thorough preparation they deserve.
It also explores math anxiety, dyscalculia and more.
SREB’s Academic Common Market is a hub for states, universities
and college students to share access to uncommon degree programs.
Students whose states don’t offer the degree they want may find
the program in another SREB state and be eligible to attend at
in-state tuition rates.