There is no doubt coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused both uncertainty and change to routine in recent weeks. A+ […]read more
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we are working remotely.
ALL students can be champions.See our 2020 Legislative Playbook here.
Let's execute these plays
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improving Alabama education
through advocacy and our 2 programs:
A+ College Ready & the Alabama Best Practices Center.
It was a banner year atTake a look at our new Annual Report to see why.
A+ Education Partnership!
Alabama has a teacher shortage.Policy Brief: Rethinking Teacher Recruitment and Retention in Alabama
See how A+ proposes to solve it.
"If your plan is for 1 year, plant rice.
If your plan is for 10 years, plant trees.
If your plan is for 100 years, educate children."
Please welcome Dakota Punzel, the new Program Coordinator for our A+ Alabama Best Practices Center. Dakota is a graduate of Cleveland High School (Blount County) and Troy University and comes to us from the Edmundite Missions in Selma, where he served as Executive Assistant to the CEO and facilitated organizational events. Learn more in his first post.read more
Every 10 years the U.S. Census determines how many representatives each state gets in Congress, and how billions of dollars in federal funding gets spent. Schools, roads, and other important things in Alabama will gain – or lose – funding over the next 10 years depending on this official population tally. Governor Ivey and the Alabama Counts organization are urging educators and schools to get our students involved!read more