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Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth’s appointments: Education and Child Welfare related...

We are please to present Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth's education and child welfare related appointments from January to July. Additional appointments in...

Governor Kay Ivey’s appointments: Education related (Jan. – April 2019)

We are pleased to be able to share with you Governor Kay Ivey’s Education appointments from January to April 2019. Her new...

Alabama moves closer to repealing Common Core

A bill to repeal Common Core standards passed the Alabama Senate Thursday afternoon. Filed by Anniston-Republican and Senate President...

Bradley Byrne: Giving our students the best education possible

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” This question is probably...

Rauf Bolden: Is the new school in Orange Beach leading to...

It may seem obvious to those who look. Orange Beach is perfectly positioned to have an independent school system, divorced from the constraints of...

Doug Jones hosts HBCU event: NFL great John Stallworth says attendance...

At the inaugural Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Summit in Birmingham, students and leaders from these schools gathered and discussed ways to meet...

Military aims to help Alabama ease its teacher shortage

he military is aiming to ease Alabama’s shortage of teachers. Military officials are leading two efforts designed to increase the number of teachers in the...

Alabama Education Department seeks school safety funding

Alabama education officials are seeking money for school safety projects, the state superintendent said Friday. Alabama Superintendent Eric Mackey told lawmakers that the Department of...

Rachel Blackmon Bryars: Four myths to dispel during Alabama School Choice...

Gov. Kay Ivey recently proclaimed this “Alabama School Choice Week” and thousands of families are celebrating reforms created by the Alabama Accountability Act, including scholarships so...

2019 failing schools list: 76 Alabama schools don’t make the grade

A staggering 76 schools across the Yellowhammer State have been classified as “failing” according to a report by the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) released...
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