Over the summer, Cathy Gassenheimer had the chance to ask Greg Edge, principal of Attalla Elementary School, why he continues to be involved in ABPC’s professional learning opportunities. “I told him about the questions we often hear from potential funders, who want to know how ABPC programs differ from what Alabama educators might otherwise experience.” Here’s what Greg (and some other Key Leaders Network participants) told us.read more
It was a banner year atTake a look at our new Annual Report to see why.
A+ Education Partnership!
Education in the 2019Read about the bills A+ championed.
Alabama Legislative Session.
Alabama has a teacher shortage.Policy Brief: Rethinking Teacher Recruitment and Retention in Alabama
See how A+ proposes to solve it.
The Alabama Literacy ActClick here to learn why.
is good for students.
A nonpartisan nonprofitHere are the 3 ways we make a difference.
improving Alabama education
through advocacy and our 2 programs:
A+ College Ready & the Alabama Best Practices Center.
"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."
Tables were turned when Cathy Gassenheimer introduced members of the A+ Education Partnership Board of Directors to a visioning protocol the Alabama Best Practices Center uses in our Key Leaders Networks. Our board members, accustomed to listening to reports and asking strategic questions, found themselves in the collaborative learning mode. And they liked it!read more
Our A+ College Ready Team wants to wish every teacher, student, and administrator a Happy School Year! We […]read more