At the 2020 Making Schools Work Conference, SREB will recognize
outstanding middle grades schools, high schools and technology
centers that have implemented SREB’s school improvement
frameworks and are achieving success in meeting bold goals
related to graduation, readiness and credential attainment.
SREB’s evidence-based school improvement frameworks are grounded
in the belief that when states, districts and schools create
personalized, meaningful learning experiences and encourage
students to succeed, students will make the effort needed to
master complex academic and technical concepts.
To be recognized as a Pacesetter School, schools
Be an active member of one or more of the Making Schools Work
networks for the middle grades, high schools or career and
technology centers — for two consecutive years.
Administer SREB’s student and teacher surveys.
Provide evidence of implementing school improvement
strategies related to engaging instruction,
aligned curricula, career
pathways, systems of support or
leadership for continuous improvement.
Provide documented evidence of student achievement.
Participate in the 2020 Making Schools Work Conference by
presenting a session aligned with one or more of the conference
All nominations must be received by November 22,
Our nomination form is coming soon. Please email completed
forms to Jasmine