New relief is on the way for Alabama’s public schools. A $900 billion dollar aid package was approved by […]
This month, A+ Education Partnership welcomed our newest team member and lifelong educator, Matt L. Smith, Ed.L.D. Matt has joined […]
The reality of schooling in America looks vastly different than it did at the beginning of last school year. COVID-19 […]
The proposed new Mathematics Course of Study has the potential “to give ALL students, not just the brightest ones, more access to rigorous standards and quality math education.” Tammy Dunn, Vice President for Academic Affairs for A+ College Ready, shares insights from the Math COS committee members.
The Business Education Alliance (BEA), the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama (PARCA) and A+ have released a new report that examines the crucial role leadership plays in shaping educational outcomes.
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.
A+ has joined with six peer organizations across the South to release an important report bringing new attention to improving education in our states. Accelerating the Pace: The Future of Education in the American South calls for us in Alabama and neighboring states to move faster to close achievement gaps between more affluent students and their historically disadvantaged classmates.
A new, national report on teacher salaries released this month highlights how Alabama’s First Class Pre-K program ensures teacher pay parity with public kindergarten teachers and other public school teachers in Alabama.
Alabama is on the verge of making one of its largest education policy decisions of the next decade, a decision that will result in how more than $60 million of taxpayer money will be spent over (at least) the next five years. And, while that’s a lot of money, it’s only a drop in the bucket when it comes to the total impact of the decision.