SERRC provides customized direct student services, school and district support services, and community services (including adult education) to students of all ages, educators, schools and school districts throughout Alaska.
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- Created in 1976 by the Alaska State Legislature, SERRC is Alaska's only educational service agency and provides educational services to every school district in the state.
- SERRC is the acronym for the Southeast Regional Resource Center. The agency has grown beyond its name and is referred to as SERRC - Alaska's Educational Resource Center.
- SERRC has offices in Anchorage and Juneau and employs approximately 60 educators, grant administrators, and support - many of whom travel extensively to deliver services to rural and rural-remote communities.
- SERRC is a private, non-profit, agency that does not receive any dedicated funding from the State of Alaska or the federal government. SERRC's funding is derived exclusively from grants and contracts.
- SERRC provides services to every school district in the state.