Alabama State Department of Education director of communications Dr. Michael Sibley said March 13, 2020, was the day a previously distant thought became a reality. Then-President Donald Trump declared a National Emergency, and schools were suddenly closed.
The truth of the education system’s failures lies somewhere in between everyone and no one's responsibility, citizen, which means you must believe the lie for the nobility of the system to survive.
Fewer Alabama public high schools are keeping the opioid-countering drug naloxone on hand, even as safety concerns due to fentanyl are on the rise.
The content of public education has been a matter of contentious public discourse in the United States, and Alabama was no different in 2022.
By Craig Monger An Alabama public school employee pled guilty to stealing from the Troy City School system. Attorney General (AG) Steve...
By Brandon Moseley Mike and Elizabeth Shreve of Cleveland, Tennessee released a statement in September asking the Alabama legislature...