Support for Continuous Improvement


Support for Continuous Improvement

SREB works one-on-one with states, districts and schools to create supportive learning environments that integrate academic and technical content and empower youth to achieve their personal goals.

Our customizable support services help schools provide equitable access to high-quality learning experiences and ensure that all students have the support they need to be successful.


Customized Support for School Improvement

SREB’s curriculum and instruction review process examines teaching practices across the whole school. The career pathway review process assesses the alignment of existing CTE programs with postsecondary credentials and good jobs. Both processes can help districts meet Perkins V requirements for comprehensive local needs assessments and make critical decisions about the adoption of career pathway courses, like Advanced Career, that lead to high-demand, well-paying careers. Both processes also provide actionable data on the status of regional, district, school and classroom practices and offer recommended actions for growth.

Site development workshops bring focus teams of principals, teachers and counselors together to use data to identify problems of practice and design plans to address them.

School improvement coaching services support schools in using SREB’s problem-solving process to implement all aspects of their improvement plans.

Career pathway leadership workshops engage secondary, postsecondary and business partners in aligning CTE programs with emerging jobs in the state, region or community.

Career pathway development services bring education and industry together to build seamless pipelines to degrees and careers in fields like engineering technology, nursing and more. Those pathways can begin with our out-of-the-box Advanced Career courses or target other key industry sectors.

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How a Network of Jefferson County Schools Partnered to Accelerate Sustainable Change

In this case study, learn how SREB partnered with 12 schools in Jefferson County, Alabama, to form networked improvement communities focused on promoting meaningful, sustainable change. Their goal was simple yet bold: Harness improvement science and continuous improvement strategies to accelerate eighth- and ninth-grade math achievement for Black, Latinx and low-income students.

Three years and one pandemic later, SREB and Jefferson County educators reflected on the successes, challenges and lessons learned from their efforts.

Download the case study (PDF)