Alabama Regional Inservice Centers
Alabama's eleven Regional Inservice Centers were created by the State Legislature to enhance the training of school personnel in critical needs areas. The concept and mandate were adopted in May, 1984 (Act 84-622), establishing centers to provide "rigorous inservice training in critical needs areas for the state's public school personnel" - teachers, superintendents, principals, and local board of education members. Through continued support, the 1984 Legislature and each succeeding body of lawmakers have clearly sought to expand the benefit of the centers to the children, youth and adults of Alabama's public education systems. The teacher population in each region is the major factor in determining the boundary lines and state funding of each center.
Alabama Regional Inservice Centers:
Alabama Regional Inservice Centers

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