A third round of COVID relief is on the way for Alabama’s public schools. The American Rescue Plan Act […]
The reality of schooling in America looks vastly different than it did at the beginning of last school year. COVID-19 […]
A recent analysis of federal data by the Florida-based Excel-in-Ed group exposes nationwide gaps in the College and Careers Pathway for some high school students. “The data reveal a disturbing pattern of inequity: as the percentage of minority or low-income populations in schools increases, access to core courses decreases.”
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.
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.
This summer I took a most fascinating trip through the Brain Forest in Montgomery. In its third year, the […]
The nationally-recognized education reform organization, Achieve, released an analysis of student proficiency scores on state assessments compared to scores from […]
In Alabama, the high school graduation rate has climbed to 80%, the highest level in the state’s history. Nationally these […]
The Education Trust has made available an online tool to compare college graduation rates in each state. According to the […]