Over the summer, Cathy Gassenheimer had the chance to ask Greg Edge, principal of Attalla Elementary School, why he continues to be involved in ABPC’s professional learning opportunities. “I told him about the questions we often hear from potential funders, who want to know how ABPC programs differ from what Alabama educators might otherwise experience.” Here’s what Greg (and some other Key Leaders Network participants) told us.
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A+ is excited to announce that we have named Mark Dixon as our […]
A+’s policy fellow this summer, Shelton Bowens, created the Alabama Teacher Certification Roadmap for potential teachers to map out the steps they need to take to get certified to teach in Alabama schools. During the school year, Shelton is a teacher in Birmingham City Schools and a Teach For America-Alabama Corps Members. He joined A+ for the summer through a fellowship with Leadership for Educational Equity.
The teachers at Carroll High School went back to school this week to participate in “E3” summer training June 4th […]
Well known for his work on recognizing and fostering transformational leadership for organizations, Jim Collins (author of Good to Great, […]
Sometimes people get used to hearing “no” so often, that they stop asking. Whether real or perceived, educators often believe […]
At last week’s Learning Forward conference held in Birmingham, some of the most innovative schools shared their efforts, challenges and […]
The David Matthews Center for Civic Life partnered once again with A+ Education Partnership, and hosted a two-day Teachers Institute […]
The Alabama Best Practices Center’s Key Leaders Network recieved a $100,000 boost from Wells Fargo, which officially presented the check […]