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  Associate Dean for Professional Development & External Affairs
   
  Office of Professional Development Services  
   
 
 
     
  SARIC - South Alabama Research and Inservice Center  
   
  The South Alabama Research and Inservice Center (SARIC) is one of eleven regional inservice centers established by the Alabama Legislature in 1984 to provide high quality staff development for teachers and administrators.  
   
  SARIC serves over 7,000 educators in the Baldwin County Schools, Clarke County Schools, Mobile County Schools, Monroe County Schools, Washington County Schools, and Thomasville City Schools.  
   
  SARIC’s sixteen member Governing Board is comprised of teachers, school administrators, higher education representatives, an Alabama Department of Education representative, and a lay citizen. These governing board members, representing each of the school districts in the SARIC service area, set policy, approve staff development programs, ensure accountability, and provide guidance to ensure that SARIC efforts are aligned with local school district needs.
   
  SARIC - South Alabama Research and Inservice Center website
 
 
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