Welcome to the Heartland Educational Consortium.  Created by six small rural Central Florida school districts to seek solutions and resources for common needs.
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About HEC

Heartland Educational Consortium is a regional, non-profit, educational service agency founded in 1996 to provide cooperative services to member districts in central rural Florida. The organization is dedicated to providing services to member districts and helping the districts achieve their goals and objectives through sharing ideas and resources to enhance the delivery of programs and services.

The Superintendents of the member districts serve as the Board of Directors for the Consortium. They meet monthly to provide direction by establishing policy, sharing information, reviewing the budget and providing feedback. Their leadership and support are our greatest assets as they guide the development of programs and services furnished by the Consortium. 

The Consortium provides services and resources in many areas: staff development in school improvement and accountability, leadership groups in curriculum and administration, training activities for all levels of school personnel, grant writing, printing, and an annual leadership conference.

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1096 US Highway 27 North - Lake Placid, Florida - 33852 - (863) 531-0444
Dr. Debra Elliott, Executive Director

 

01/21/2014