What are Alabama’s College and Career Ready Standards? Why are they important to educators? How do they help students prepare for life after school in both college and career? Follow along with our new “Teacher Voices” series as educators from around Alabama answer these questions. We begin with Kay Haas, a veteran teacher and instructional coach at Walker Elementary in Tuscaloosa County.
Alabama is having a crisis of confidence in the ACT Aspire, and it’s unclear whether it’s warranted.
Public schools should enable the American citizen to “understand his duties to his neighbors and country, and to discharge with […]
Alabama GRIT voices support for teachers in their work implementing Alabama’s College and Career Ready Standards, based on the Common […]
This past week, we watched teachers and principals from all across the state step up and take care of their […]
Two bills were introduced this week in the Alabama Legislature that, if passed, would repeal Alabama’s College and Career Ready […]