The reality of schooling in America looks vastly different than it did at the beginning of last school year. COVID-19 […]
On Friday, June 26, 2020, the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) released their plan for reopening schools for the […]
UPDATE Saturday, May 9, 2020
The full Alabama Senate convened this morning to vote on the Senate version of the […]
On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Alabama voters went to the polls and voted on Amendment 1, which gave them the […]
Written by Mark Dixon President, A+ Education Partnership
What are the jobs of the future, and how […]
On the evening of March 5, Gov. Ivey stood in the Old House Chamber of the State Capitol and […]
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.
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.
Today’s resignation of Michael Sentance as state superintendent presents a renewed opportunity for all Alabamians to work together to develop […]
Written by Valerie Johnson, M. Ed., NBCT
Principal, Semmes Elementary (Mobile County)
(Published with permission from author)