Alabama does not have an education system designed to educate all children. It never has. But, the possibility of laying […]
A+ has released its 2nd edition of the policy resource publication, Alabama Public Education at a Glance. It provides a good […]
For data nerds in Alabama, it’s the most wonderful time of the year!
The Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama […]
This year’s presidential election highlights the top two greatest concerns in our country; #1 is the economy, #2 is education. […]
The Annie E. Casey Foundation* released the 2012 Kids Count data this week, and Alabama shows improvement in education, despite […]
Individualized instruction is possible in even the most challenging public schools, as demonstrated by Gilliard Elementary School in Mobile. Through […]
A new analysis from The Data Quality Campaign (DQC) reports that states could empower stakeholders to make education decisions with […]