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Welcome to the JSU Inservice Education Center

Our Mandate

Established by the legislature in 1984, the JSU Inservice Education Center is one of eleven centers in the Alabama Regional Inservice Center (ARIC) network.  These centers represent partnerships between higher education and the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) to serve the professional development needs of Alabama's K-12 public school teachers.  State law (Act 87-714) mandates that each inservice center's operational schedule, programming, and budget expenditures be subject to the authority of an independent governing board.  The governing board members represent each school system served as well as the center's affiliated higher education institution and the Alabama State Department of Education.  

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide high quality professional development and support services to PK-12 educators that is relevant, effective, and results in improved student achievement.

Our Service Region

The Jacksonville State University Inservice Education Center serves the professional development needs of the following public school systems:

  • Anniston City

  • Attalla City

  • Calhoun County

  • Cherokee County

  • Clay County

  • Cleburne County

  • Etowah County

  • Gadsden City

  • Jacksonville City

  • Oxford City

  • Pell City

  • Piedmont City

  • Randolph County

  • Roanoke City

  • St. Clair County

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