High Schools That Work

Publication Dale Winkler Scott Warren March 20197 pagesTechniques Magazine

Increasing Access & Equity: A Whole School Approach

In this article that appeared in the March 2019 edition of ACTE’s Techniques magazine, SREB’s Dale Winkler and Scott Warren address how SREB’s school improvement frameworks provide a structure that empowers schools to make the changes needed to expand or improve access to high-quality programs and ensure that all students — regardless of their gender, race, socioeconomic background, ability level or location — discover a purpose for learning and life.

This article is reproduced with the kind permission of ACTE.

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Valuing Both Cs in State Accountability Systems
SREB helps states set and meet bold goals for student achievement and credential attainment

SREB has long held that high-quality career and technical education transforms how students learn by connecting the classroom with the real world of work. Our nine Advanced Career curricula exemplify the power of CTE. Each four-course AC career pathway is built around hands-on, project-based assignments that challenge students to apply academic knowledge, technical know-how and teamwork skills to solve the same problems faced by industry professionals.

Publication Revised March 20198 pages17V10

Connecting Classrooms, Careers and College
SREB’s Making Schools Work School Improvement Process

Connecting Classrooms, Careers and College offers a guide to SREB’s Making Schools Work school improvement process and related services.

For more than 30 years, SREB has partnered with states, districts and schools to identify and implement strategies that motivate young people to put what they learn in the classroom to work in the real world.

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2018 State Leaders Forum
Convening Targeted Intersection of Perkins V, ESSA and WIOA

December 12 – December 13, 2018
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Atlanta, GA

The 2018 State Leaders Forum focused on the integration of three pieces of federal legislation — the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act, the Every Student Succeeds Act and the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, also known as Perkins V.

Publication July 9, 2016 | 7 pages | (16V18)Gene Bottoms and Kirsten Sundell

Career Pathways
Accelerating Access to the Middle Class

More and more jobs require some education past high school, yet we are not preparing enough students for college, careers or both. Career pathways from middle and high school through college and into the workplace can accelerate access to the middle class.

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Project-Based Learning
In Career Pathway Courses

SREB’s Project-Based Learning in Career Pathways training helps schools develop authentic and rigorous projects that provide students opportunities to master technical and academic standards for college and careers.

SREB provides training and coaching for academic and career and technical education teachers as they collaborate on better assignments and assessments.

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Reports & Surveys

Annual Site Progress Report

It is time to complete the 2018-19 SREB Annual Site Progress Report. This report provides an opportunity for school leadership teams and faculty to collaboratively review current school improvement efforts, reflect on progress in implementing the Making Schools Work design and discuss a plan for this school year.

For more information, or to access the online reports, contact Rebecca Purser.