The Alabama Jobs Act is set to expire on July 31, 2023, meaning that economic incentives could be a major topic during next year’s regular legislative session.
We are seeing the government create wars in the minds of our children.
Recent results from the National Center for Education Progress show severe learning losses during the pandemic and the (over)response to it.
A steady decline in student enrollment at Montgomery Public Schools (MPS) will continue through at least 2024.
Seventy-four percent of school board members who responded to a survey conducted by the Alabama Policy Institute oppose school choice. This is in stark contrast to the overwhelming number of Alabamians, 80%, who desire state-wide school choice expansion.
The Alabama State Department of Education (ASDE) is hosting an online public forum on issues for services offered to students with disabilities.
“The co-op kind of helps do all that behind the scenes work and provides the parents with the assignments and the lesson plans and all of that instead of the parent having to figure it out on their own,” said Sarabeth Schneider.
The superintendent of the second-largest school system in Alabama said his school system would follow the law when it comes to policies concerning transgender and non-binary issues. He also said changes were necessary after Title IX expansion.
Recently, API began a project to gather information from school board members from across the state in an effort to inform parents and the general public about how elected and appointed school board members felt about issues such as Critical Race Theory, Social Emotional Learning, school choice and education related equity.
According to the Alabama Department of Education (ADE), the state will spend as much as it needs to in order to provide education for every child, even those with the most severe special needs.
There is good news and bad news from the latest Annie. E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Data Book.
The Alabama State Department of Education is celebrating after winning an award from ACT. The first-ever State College and Career Champion Award was presented by Janet Godwin, the CEO of ACT.
As school districts across Alabama struggle with finding enough teachers for the upcoming school year, administrators are hoping the state’s new teacher pay raises will help fill jobs.
Four Limestone County school officials were sentenced this week in a multi-million dollar scheme that defrauded the state.
School administrators will have more teacher applicants to consider for the upcoming school year, after a vote by the Alabama Board of Education to change the requirements needed to obtain teacher certification. Tuesday’s vote came as many school districts across Alabama are struggling to find qualified applicants to fill vacant positions.
Since 1988, Restoration Academy has provided a quality Christ-centered education to students in the Birmingham area who otherwise might not have the opportunity.
Superintendents struggling to fill teaching positions before the new year might be able to consider a new group of applicants, under a proposal being discussed by the Alabama Board of Education (ALBOE). The ALBOE is expected to vote as early as this month on a proposal that would lower the scores needed to pass the Praxis teacher qualification tests, which are needed in the most common route to teacher certification in Alabama.
A new online accelerated degree program for Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences will begin this fall and is intended to produce teachers for Alabama’s First Class Pre-K program.
Many school districts across Alabama are working to find funding to keep teaching positions that will no longer be funded by the state in the upcoming school year.
U.S. Congressional candidate and Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong comes from eight generations of North Alabamians.
“To be a good leader you must first be a servant. I have been a servant leader for years, though I am not a politician.”
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