SREB and Member States

Overview

SREB and Member States

How states use SREB programs and services

As part of SREB’s 16-state compact, each state receives core services funded by annual appropriations. States also benefit from targeted programs funded by grants from foundations and agencies. In addition, states, districts or schools may opt to contract for additional services or participate in networks with annual fees.

 These reports detail SREB programs and services, and how each member state participates in them, as of spring 2018. For data, policy and Board members specific to your state, visit your state’s page.

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Alabama

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Alabama participates in them.

Alabama’s school districts participate in SREB programs such as Making Middle Grades Work, Advanced Career and more. SREB also honored Minor Middle School in Adamsville and Pike County High School (grades 7-12) in Brundidge with Outstanding Making Middle Grades Work Site awards in July 2017.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Alabama.

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Arkansas

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Arkansas participates in them.

A study at Little Rock Central High documented improvements in students’ ACT scores after taking Readiness Courses. Over 50 Arkansas teachers were trained in SREB’s Readiness Courses in 2017, and over 100 high schools implemented SREB Math Ready and Literacy Ready courses during the 2017-18 school year.

At the postsecondary level, 174 Arkansas students participate in the Regional Contract Program for professional health degrees.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Arkansas

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Delaware

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Delaware participates in them.

The Delaware Higher Education Office partnered with SREB to convene a College Affordability Summit at Delaware State University in June 2017. The summit, co-hosted by Governor John Carney and State Representative Earl Jaques, examined key drivers of college costs, available resources to support students and families, and strategies to keep postsecondary education affordable for all Delawareans.

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Florida

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Florida participates in them.

Florida teachers and principals participate in SREB professional development. In July 2017, SREB’s Learning-Centered Leadership Program provided professional development training to over 340 school administrators and district personnel during Pinellas Leadership Week, a conference-style training for Pinellas County Schools. 

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Georgia

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Georgia participates in them.

Over 150 Georgia teachers have been trained in Math Ready, and over 100 high schools are implementing the course in 2017-18.

Georgia funded 59 minority Ph.D. students in SREB’s Doctoral Scholars program during 2017-18, and almost 75 Georgia scholars attended the 2017 Institute on Teaching and Mentoring. 

View full list of SREB programs and services in Georgia.

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Kentucky

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Kentucky participates in them.

Kentucky educators participate in several SREB professional development programs. Additionally, Kentucky was the lead state working with SREB to develop the Advanced Career Integrated Production Technologies and Informatics pathways and had over 50 active Technology Centers That Work sites during the 2017-18 school year.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Kentucky.

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Louisiana

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Louisiana participates in them.

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards chairs SREB as well as the SREB Teacher Preparation Commission. Louisiana is a member of the Making Middle Grades Work network, the Educational Technology Cooperative and Go Alliance. 

Five Louisiana institutions are members of the Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing and 335 teachers, principals and coaches participated in SREB literacy and math professional development during the 2017-18 school year.

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Maryland

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Maryland participates in them.

SREB reports cite Maryland’s strong efforts in aligning instructional materials to state standards and providing guidance and tools for professional learning on the standards. 

Over 550 students participated in SREB’s Academic Common Market for in-state tuition during 2017. Additionally, Maryland schools, universities and agencies saved over 10 percent — $330,000 — on technology purchases through SREB’s participation in MHECtech discount agreements.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Maryland.

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Mississippi

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Mississippi participates in them.

Mississippi is one of 10 states that have participated in developing, field testing, training or piloting SREB’s Ready for High School Literacy or Ready for High School Math.

Additionally, Mississippi representatives to the Educational Technology Cooperative helped determine SREB’s 10 Critical Issues in Educational Technology and served on the working groups for revisions.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Mississippi.

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North Carolina

An overview of SREB programs and services and how North Carolina participates in them.

North Carolina has been a leader in implementing Math Ready in high schools to prepare students to succeed in postsecondary studies.

SREB’s Learning-Centered Leadership Program partnered with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to prepare principals to lead schools in 11 rural districts. The Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools (PPEERS) program recently received 59 of 60 possible points from an external evaluator and graduated its first cohort of 19 school leaders in June 2018. 

View full list of SREB programs and services in North Carolina

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Oklahoma

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Oklahoma participates in them.

In Oklahoma, SREB is partnering with the state on a large-scale effort to help districts and schools adopt, spread and sustain effective literacy and math teaching strategies to meet their state’s college- and career-readiness standards. Almost 400 Oklahoma teachers, principals and trainers participated in SREB literacy and math professional development.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Oklahoma

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South Carolina

An overview of SREB programs and services and how South Carolina participates in them.

South Carolina was the lead state working with SREB to develop the Advanced Career clean energy technology pathway. More than 170 South Carolina schools are part of the High Schools That Work state network. 

Almost 900 South Carolina school leaders, teachers and counselors attended the High Schools That Work Summer Staff Development Conference in July 2017.

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Tennessee

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Tennessee participates in them.

Tennessee is a member of both the Making Middle Grades Work and High Schools That Work school improvement networks.

At the postsecondary level, over 200 out-of-state students enrolled in Tennessee health degree programs in 2017-18 through the Regional Contract Program. Meharry Medical College, University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Southern College of Optometry receive more than $4 million annually from other SREB states.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Tennessee.

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Texas

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Texas participates in them.

Texas is a member of SREB’s High Schools That Work and Making Middle Grades Work networks.

Texas universities receive more than $200,000 annually through the Regional Contract Program. Texas schools, universities and agencies saved $36,000 on technology purchases in 2017 through SREB participation in MHECtech discounts. 

View full list of SREB programs and services in Texas.

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Virginia

An overview of SREB programs and services and how Virginia participates in them.

Over 500 students participated in SREB’s Academic Common Market for in-state tuition during 2017. Six Virginia institutions are members of the Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing, and Virginia funded 41 minority Ph.D. students in SREB’s Doctoral Scholars Program during 2017-18.

View full list of SREB programs and services in Virginia

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West Virginia

An overview of SREB programs and services and how West Virginia participates in them.

West Virginia was the lead state partnering with SREB to develop the Advanced Career Energy and Power curriculum. Additionally, West Virginia is one of 10 states that helped develop, field test or pilot Ready for High School Literacy or Ready for High School Math. 

West Virginia is a member of the Go Alliance and Educational Technology Cooperative networks. The state funded 25 minority Ph.D. students through SREB’s Doctoral Scholars Program in 2017-18. Additionally, over 260 West Virginia school leaders, teachers and counselors attended the 2017 High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference.

View full list of SREB programs and services in West Virginia