The summit gave the superintendents of Tuscaloosa City and Tuscaloosa County School systems the opportunity to talk about what’s happening in those school districts and explain where progress is being made.
Students and staff at Skyland Elementary School celebrated earning recognition as a National School of Character, a designation that recognizes schools and districts that demonstrate a dedicated focus on character development.
A letter from the Alabama State Board of Education nearly a month before taking action highlighted some problems that were not being addressed in the west Alabama school district, including failure to high enough teachers, administrative positions, and a chief financial officer.
This is an exciting time for students and parents, but it can also be a nervous time for some people with more traffic on roadways including a lot of school busses, not to mention groups of kids waiting at bus stops.
Hart wants to remind parents that it's important to consider these tips as you prepare for the new school year because once the information is out there, you do not have any control over where it goes or who sees it.
Hundreds of people attended the Just Be Well Pickens County Back to School Rally. Organizers said backpacks filled to the brim with supplies weren’t the only thing they wanted people to take away from the event at the Pickens County College and Career Center.
Shelton State Community College held a special ceremony for students in its nursing program recently, including those who became the first to complete a program that is part of a partnership with one west Alabama hospital.
A non-profit hosted a special event for some Tuscaloosa City School students last Tuesday when Soles4Souls outfitted students who are homeless with many things they will need to start the new school year off right.
In just a few weeks, students will be back in the classroom for another year of learning. One thing all students need to be successful in the classroom is school supplies, but getting them can be hard for families in need.
We caught up with two amazing Alabama students since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision wiping out affirmative action for college admissions at Harvard University, and thereby colleges and universities around the nation.