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Studica Partners with SREB to Help Support the Advanced Career Program


 
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Prepare high school students for college and career with SREB Advanced Career
Prepare high school students for college and career with SREB Advanced Career
PRLog - Feb. 24, 2014 - SANBORN, N.Y. -- Studica, Inc. has partnered with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) to provide the technology products included in the Hands-on Learning System Kits. These kits are a requirement of the SREB Advanced Career program; part of the SREB’s High Schools That Work school improvement initiative. Studica was selected by SREB because of its longevity, focus on education, expertise in STEM education solutions, leadership in e-commerce for academic technology products and commitment to excellent customer service.

The SREB Advanced Career program better prepares high school students for their futures regardless if they choose to continue on the path to higher learning or move directly into the workforce. This program offers a relevant, intense and challenging approach to prepare students for their futures by providing the skills needed for high-wage, high-demand and high-skilled fields.

“We are excited to be working with Studica to provide our schools with a single source to obtain the diverse components, technology and tools necessary for students to answer the driving questions of the projects,” says Gene Bottoms, SREB Senior Vice President. “Because each group of students will work toward problem solutions differently, we needed a supplier who would be both adaptable and affordable. We are confident that Studica will meet these needs,” Bottoms said.

There are currently seven SREB Advanced Career STEM pathway programs available for schools to adopt in fall 2014 (Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace Engineering, Clean Energy Technology, Energy and Power, Health Informatics, Informatics, and Innovations in Science in Technology). Each pathway provides ready-to-implement coursework, comprehensive training for teachers, access to technology and tools for project-based learning, and end-of-course assessments.  As part of the program, students use industry standard software and data acquisition hardware to complete authentic tasks.

About Studica

Studica is the education source for software and technology products in the United States servicing schools, faculty and students. Studica is committed to offering innovative academic solutions for STEM education, game development/design programs, augmented reality, PLM solutions and more. In addition, Studica offers a wide variety of curriculum based programs, 3D printers, pen tablets, peripherals, science and technology equipment and more.

About SREB

The Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), based in Atlanta, Georgia, works with states to improve public education at every level, from pre-K through Ph.D. SREB was created in 1948 by Southern governors and legislators who recognized the link between education and economic vitality. SREB’s High Schools That Work, in partnership with states and industry, is developing a more rigorous and relevant approach to career and technical education through its Advanced Career initiative. Currently, nine states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and West Virginia, are partners in this effort.  For more information about Advanced Career, visit SREB.org/AC.


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