The Southeast Regional Professional Development Center is one of nine regional professional development centers established by the Depart...
The Southeast Regional Professional Development Center is one of nine regional professional development centers established by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Funding of the Southeast RPDC is through an annual grant from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education with monies generated by Senate Bill 380 and with support from Southeast Missouri State University. Membership fees of participating school districts also support the Southeast RPDC. Programs are offered on campus at Southeast Missouri State University and at five satellite locations: Sikeston Higher Education Center in Sikeston, Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Kennett Area Higher Education Center in Kennett, and Crisp Bootheel Education Center in Malden. Programs are also offered at member district host sites.