For students who started kindergarten in 2019 or 2020, there have been challenges in school following the COVID-19 pandemic. Those who will begin the third and fourth grades this year have never experienced a complete school year without the looming threat of a pandemic shutdown.
Alabama is home to 565 public high schools, each ranging from under 400 students to almost 3,000.
The Alabama State Department of Education (ASDE) is hosting an online public forum on issues for services offered to students with disabilities.
Over the past two years, schools, and especially students, have faced many challenges including schedule changes and online learning woes. But as the 2022 school year gets underway, there are things parents of elementary-aged children can do to make sure their children succeed this year.
By Sara Beth Schneider Along with masks and working from home, the COVID-19 pandemic normalized something even more unexpected: homeschooling....