Past Webinars

Overview

Past Webinars

Recordings of past webinars, plus related SREB resources on these education topics

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OER in Dual Enrollment
Leveraging Open Educational Resources to Expand Equitable Access

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Join SREB and the Midwestern Higher Education Compact to learn the findings and recommendations of this forthcoming report.   

Open educational resources, or OER, are free, openly licensed, high-quality classroom materials. Expanding their use in dual enrollment courses can help more students afford and succeed in college courses while they are still in high school.  

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The Cost of OER and Return on Investment
Open Educational Resources in Dual Enrollment

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This session was held to help decision-makers on all levels — state, higher education institutions and K12 schools and districts — better understand the perceived costs of open educational resources, cost-savings, and the return on investments.

This session is part of SREB’s Open Educational Resources in Dual Enrollment webinar series.

The webinar session covered the following topics:

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Equitable Access and College Affordability
Open Education Resources in Dual Enrollment

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This webinar explored how the use of open educational resources in dual enrollment can open pathways to postsecondary education for minority and low-income students. The session covered increasing equitable access to postsecondary education and making college more affordable, along with learning solutions.

This session is part of SREB’s Open Educational Resources in Dual Enrollment webinar series.

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OER in Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Current Practice and Best Practice

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This webinar presented early findings from a current study funded by the Midwestern Higher Education Compact and the Southern Regional Education Board to examine the current use of open educational resources in dual and concurrent enrollment courses. The webinar also explored best practices and lessons learned from states and dual enrollment partnerships pioneering these efforts.

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Dr. Armon Perry

Student Debt & Faculty Diversity
SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program Webinar Series

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In this webinar, SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program alumni discussed why addressing the student debt crisis is a key component of diversifying the graduate school pipeline and ultimately diversifying the professoriate, as well as thoughts on how systemic policy change can help address this issue.

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Education Recovery Process Guide
K-12

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As recovery funding flows to states, districts, colleges and schools from ESSER 1, 2 and 3, SREB is publishing a Recovery Response Protocol to help education leaders tasked with creating plans to use the funding. 

This webinar reviewed the guidance in three phases: 1) serving immediate needs,  2) innovative planning for systematic improvement, and 3) assessing the effectiveness of programs and adjusting as needed. 

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Education Recovery Process Guide
Postsecondary

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As recovery funding flows to states, districts, colleges and schools from ESSER 1, 2 and 3, SREB is publishing a Recovery Response Protocol to help education leaders tasked with creating plans to use the funding. 

This webinar reviewed the guidance in three phases: 1) serving immediate needs,  2) innovative planning for systematic improvement, and 3) assessing the effectiveness of programs and adjusting as needed. 

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How States and Schools Can Use New Federal Relief Funds

How States and Schools Can Use New Federal Relief Funds

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Federal COVID-19 relief packages have delivered an unprecedented infusion of funding to states and local education agencies, leaving leaders with key decisions on how best to spend the money. Hear from the Southern Regional Education Board and FutureEd about how state and local governments can spend the new funding to support students and schools—and the restrictions that federal law places on spending.