SECI works in your community
SECI Founder Russ Moore presents to a standing room-only crowd at the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce in Glynn County, Georgia in September, 2005. Glynn has a public steering committee working to create a charter school to meet the workforce needs of area employers. SECI has helped groups from Glynn visit Central Educational Center and is now engaged to guide local stakeholders through the same ADDIE process (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate) that was used to create CEC.
SECI helps communities organize their stakeholders into a steering committee; develop a planning budget; perform a professional, customized needs assessment; analyze survey results; organize into subcommittees; and complete the remaining steps from curriculum/school design through evaluation.