- SC3 Project Update (December 2014) -
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- Winter Break -
The C3/SC3 offices will be closed December 24, 2014, through January 2, 2015, for Winter Break.Read More...
- FCC Votes to Increase Funding for E-rate -
Federal Communications Commission Votes to Increase Funding for E-rate by $1.5 Billion Annually to Expand High-Speed Internet Access in Nation’s Schools and Libraries.Read More...
The South Central Comprehensive Center (SC3) at the University of Oklahoma is one of a national network of 22 federally funded centers. The SC3 mission is to provide high quality/high impact technical assistance that helps build or expand the capacity of the state education agency (SEA), intermediary agencies, and other educational systems in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma to implement, support, scale-up, and sustain reform efforts to improve teaching and learning.
SC3 has several components designed to maximize responsiveness and ensure technical assistance (TA) is relevant, useful, and of high quality.
State Coordinating Councils (SCCs): SC3's SCCs include members from each state education agency's (SEA's) leadership working with the Center to identify state priorities and tailor work to meet specific and changing needs. To maintain the flow of communication and plan TA services, each state's SCC meets regularly with SC3 staff members, partners, and collaborators.
SC3 Advisory Board: The SC3 Advisory Board is composed of educational and community stakeholders from every state in SC3's region. Members are appointed by each state's governor and commissioner/superintendent. The Advisory Board meets annually to provide feedback and guidance for TA services and regional work plan.
- Dr. Janet Barresi, Oklahoma State Department of Education, State Superintendent
- Ms Hanna Skandera, New Mexico Public Education Department, Secretary of Public Education
- John White, Louisiana Department of Education, State Superintendent of Education
- Mr. Tony Wood, Arkansas Department of Education, Commissioner
- Dr. Richard Abernathy, Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators, Executive Director
- Dr. Denise Airola, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, Director of the Office of Innovation
- Mr. Troy Allen, Jacobs Engineering, Senior HSE Manager
- Ms Debra Andersen, Smart Start Oklahoma, Executive Director
- Gloria Chavez, Grants-Cibola School District, Assistant Superintendent
- Mr. Jonathan Crossley, Arkansas Department of Education, 2014 ArkansasTeacher of the Year
- Mr. Adan Delgado, Pojoaque (Pueblo) Schools, Superintendent
- Mr. Andy Evans, Mountain View-Gotebo School District, District Superintendent
- Ms Connie Hansen, US Department of Education, Retired Priority Schools Chief for NMPED and former principal
- Leighann Lenti, New Mexico Public Education Department, Policy Director
- Dr. Judi Miranti, Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
- Mr. William Price, Phillips Murrah P.C., Attorney
- Debbie Rickards, Shreve Island Elementary, Instructional Coordinator
- Julie Roy, Avoyelles Public Charter School, Executive Director
- Dr. Scott Steckler, Jefferson Parish School System, Principal
- Ms Marguerite Stumbaugh, Community Representative
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