March 10, 2016
National education expert Dr. Kevin Feldman led area instructors through two days of sessions focusing on the Improving Academic Literacy (IAL) project as part of an ongoing and year-long professional learning opportunity. On March 8, South East Education Cooperative’s (SEEC) Connie Molony and Dr. Kevin Feldman were interviewed by Prairie Public Radio host, Doug Hamilton, for […]
March 8, 2016
High school and elementary school teachers were invited to learn hands-on teaching techniques in science at a recent professional education workshop hosted by North Central Education Cooperative (NCEC). Read more here and view compiled press clippings.
February 2, 2016
Congratulations to the NESC member schools who recently completed the High Reliability Schools (HRS) Academy with the NESC and Dr. Phil Warrick of Marzano Research. High Reliability Schools is part of NESC’s Succeed 2020 program intended to strengthen school leadership teams and eventually improve math and reading scores for students in participating districts. Participants included more than […]
February 2, 2016
Math teachers throughout the state are participating in a two-year professional learning experience to improve their teaching and learning the North Dakota State Standards for mathematics. Known as Just in Time math, teachers participate in a series of sessions that incorporate grade specific mathematical content along with the mathematical practice standards through the lens of best teaching and […]
January 31, 2016
(This was originally published in the January issue of Umbrella, a monthly publication by the NDCEL.)
Regional Education Associations (REAs) were awarded $68,000 in funding through the Succeed 2020 grant to strengthen their statewide collaboration efforts. REAs have existed in North Dakota since 2001 as a grassroots effort between school districts with the goal of developing a […]
January 27, 2016
Opinion/Letters: In 2012, Hess Corp. made a $25 million grant to North Dakota in a new effort termed Succeed 2020. This is an initiative to improve the state’s education and workforce development systems and increase students’ achievement in middle grades and high school, access to and success in postsecondary education, and preparation for 21st century […]
January 22, 2016
Students from about 21 regional schools flooded the North Valley Career and Technology Center in Grafton to hear Harper Brooks, a national public speaker and career expert, speak and attend a series of presentations exposing them to math and science careers. The event is called Explore NVCTC. It’s a new effort through the Grand Forks-based Red […]
January 18, 2016
Teachers were busy being students during the winter in-service sponsored by the Northeast Education Services Cooperative January 18. Recognized leaders in the development of teachers, engaging students, and improved communication with students and parents were highlighted during the in-service. Press Release
December 1, 2015
North Central Education Cooperative (NCEC) hosted a nationally recognized math teacher consultant with Dimension 2000, Dr. Ed Thomas, to work with teachers on a full range of instructional strategies and student engagement. Watch the video and learn more at KXNet. Read compiled press clippings here: NCEC – Dr Thomas Press Clippings.
February 5, 2015
The Northeast Education Services Cooperative (NESC), a local Regional Education Agency based out of Devils Lake, North Dakota, will be hosting a cutting-edge workshop for regional educators beginning on February 9.
See more at at the Devils Lake Journal.