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UABRIC, provides opportunities for continuous professional growth!

UAB Regional In-service Center (UABRIC), operated through the UAB School of Education, provides free training, resources and services for teachers and administrators in eight school districts in Jefferson County Alabama.

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About UAB Regional In-Service Center

Welcome to the UAB Regional In-service Center (UABRIC) website. UABRIC is one of 11 regional in-service centers established by the Alabama Legislature in 1984 to enhance the training opportunities for public school personnel in critical need areas. The concept and mandate for the centers are to provide rigorous in-service training for teachers, superintendents, principals and local board of education members.....
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UABRIC Service Area

Through UABRIC, educators are provided with opportunities for continuous professional growth grounded in effective research-based practices. UAB REGIONAL IN-SERVICE CENTER

UABRIC serves in eight school districts in Jefferson County:

Bessemer, Birmingham, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Leeds, Midfield, Tarrant and Trussville School Systems
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UAB Regional Inservice Center (UABRIC), operated through the UAB School of Education, provides free training, resources and services for teachers and administrators in eight school districts in Jefferson County Alabama. UABRIC strives to provide educators "cutting-edge" staff development that promotes:

Research-based strategies

Data-driven instruction

Continuous improvement

Ongoing training and support

Collaboration

Channel for educator networks

Sustainability of academic achievement

In addition to providing region-wide training sessions, UABRIC assists staff development coordinators in local systems and schools in planning and conducting system-wide and building-based in-service training.

Under the direction of a governing board, UABRIC offers more than hundreds of professional development opportunities per year both on the on the UAB campus and locally in individual school systems. Program content is data-driven based on region-wide needs assessment results and the collaboration of planning teams comprised of educators from the public school arena as well as university faculty. These collaborative planning efforts result in the delivery of a quality staff development program focused on increasing student achievement through enhancing educator performance.

Through UABRIC, educators are provided with opportunities for continuous professional growth grounded in effective research-based practices. UABRIC encourages educators to be proactive practitioners and take charge of their own professional learning and see the transformation in student achievement.


UABRIC serves eight school districts in Jefferson County, Alabama:

Bessemer, Birmingham, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Leeds, Midfield, Tarrant and Trussville School Systems