Alabama Education News

Limestone County School Board member Bret McGill has been accused of using a racial slur while instructing Mike Isley, the human resource director at the time, to not hire “any (n-word)” for principal positions in the school system. The accusation came to light in an…

The University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB) became the first public college in Alabama to support the Birmingham Promise scholarship. This scholarship is Mayor Randall Woodfin’s signature workforce development program that combines apprenticeship and scholarship components through public-private partnerships with area employers. UAB’s participation in…

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According to a press release by Curriculum Associates, the Extraordinary Educators program “establishes a tradition of celebrating and connecting exemplary teachers from schools nationwide.” Two teachers from Alabama have been selected to join this program and take part in this tradition. The teachers are Anna…