The teachers at Carroll High School went back to school this week to participate in “E3” summer training June 4th […]
A new report from A+ Education Partnership and a coalition of its peers from across the South urges Alabama and the entire region to make a new commitment to improve K-12 education.
As we celebrate National Charter Schools Week, it’s clear Alabamians are beginning to take advantage of the innovative possibilities of public charter schools to ensure all Alabama students are well served by public education.
We can learn something new every day when we open our minds, explore, observe, question, and reflect. I was able to see this process in action recently when I visited a local school.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Report released today shows minor changes for Alabama – revealing some improvements compared to the nation, but also concerning trends. Nationwide, the results show little change in student performance since 2015.