Curriculum and School Improvement
A new approach to career and technical education that combines college-readiness academics with hands-on, project-based assignments focused on modern careers. Advanced Career helps prepare students for as many options as possible after high school: a high-value job, college, community college or technical school.
Florida participation in AC programs, 2017-18:
Energy and Power: 1 school
Teachers Trained: 7
Math Ready and Literacy Ready
Courses specifically designed to help underprepared students succeed in the next phase of their education.
Ready for college
Courses to teach young adults the reading, writing and math skills they must have to succeed in college. They are taught in an engaging way that leads students to learn and think independently, read for information and solve problems.
Florida uses transitional courses, including an option for the SREB Readiness Courses.
Ready for high school
New courses for the transition from middle grades to high school. Underprepared students take the classes in eighth or ninth grade.
Teachers from Florida participated in developing, field testing and reviewing the new courses.
High Schools That Work
The nation’s largest school improvement program. HSTW strategies transform high schools into places where all students master complex academic and technical concepts. More than 1,150 schools in 30 states use the framework, its six design features and nine key practices, to raise student achievement and graduation rates.
Contracts for Direct Support
Schools, districts and states contract with SREB for targeted school improvement services such as onsite coaching, technical assistance and professional development.
Ten Florida schools contracted for direct services in 2017-18. SREB delivered 24 days of on-site coaching and four days of on-site staff development at the schools.
Making Middle Grades Work
Engages state, district and school leaders in partnerships with teachers, students, parents and the community to raise student achievement in the middle grades. In addition to workshops and school visits, SREB links schools to professional development resources they need. The network includes over 650 schools in 20 states.
Florida schools active in 2016-17: 1