EARIC provides high quality professional development programs that meet the ever-increasing demands of professional educators. We will provide participants with research based information that addresses the critical issues facing educators in today's world. We will continue to work with individual systems to ensure programs that transfer knowledge and skills that support school focused needs.
EARIC Resource Room open for Region 9
EARIC will open the resource room for all Region 9 faculty and staff:
on: April 24, 2014
from: 4:30-9:30 pm
at: Auburn University Haley Center 2420
Free for all faculty and staff….come and go basis
What is provided?
***Before 5p.m. go to 4th level of Stadium Parking deck (no permit needed)
***After 5p.m. ANY A, B or C zone (which means any level in parking decks and any other parking area around campus)
Please take 5 minutes and give us your feedback on how we can best support you. Click the link below:
EARIC 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.
Serving nearly 4,500 educators in 15 east Alabama school systems
Alexander City Schools
Auburn City Schools
Barbour County Schools
Bullock County Schools
Chambers County Schools
Elmore County Schools
Eufaula City Schools
Lanett City Schools
Lee County Schools
Macon County Schools
Opelika City Schools
Phenix City Schools
Russell County Schools
Tallapoosa County Schools
Tallassee City Schools
EARIC's Governing Board is comprised of teachers, school administrators, higher education representatives, an Alabama State Department representative, and a lay citizen. Board members represent each school district, set policy, approve staff development programs, ensure accountability, and provide guidance to ensure that EARIC's efforts are aligned with local school district needs.