Gadsden State Community College held a ribbon-cutting for their new truck driving program at their Ayers Campus in Anniston. It is a part of their workforce development division and students will learn to drive trucks, buses, delivery and commercial vehicles.
The district, local schools and several community partners will offer classes ranging from engineering and coding to music, dance and exercise. Schools also will offer classes to help kindergartners prepare for school.
Learning loss is a hot topic as schools across America try to bounce back from the impact of the pandemic. Sylacauga City Schools Superintendent says they have been impacted but they are finding new ways to combat learning loss by taking an all-hands-on-deck approach.
The Jefferson County Schools announced its spring canoe program for students with special needs. Students from 21 schools in Jefferson County will travel to Oak Mountain State Park to participate in Canoe Adventures for Students with Different Abilities.
Educators at Erwin Middle School noticed a need for a program to address the challenges young girls face. Last October, they created the Aerie Girl program and they are already seeing positive changes.
High student loan debt is causing millions of graduates to dump their new paychecks into paying off those loans. That's why many people are paying close attention to the discussion surrounding federal student loan forgiveness.
Cullman County School Superintendent Dr. Shane Barnette, members of the Cullman County Commission on Education, along with other elected officials and community leaders gathered on April 28 to break ground on the new Cold Springs High School Gymnasium.
Starting in April 2022, all graduates of the Tuscaloosa City Schools will be automatically accepted to Shelton State Community College. All they have to have is a photo ID and to complete a free entrance process to register for classes.
The Jefferson County Board of Education has released a statement clarifying their position on prayer in schools after an organization dedicated to separating church and state announced that it would no longer be allowed.
A financial expert recommends not paying off student loans right now, even if you have the money. Instead, put the money you would give to your loan company into another account that can grow in the time being.
Gov. Kay Ivey took action this week to help improve math scores in the state signing the Numeracy Act Tuesday. Hundreds of new teachers and instructional coaches will be hired throughout the state to address learning gaps.
NOAA has chosen the University of Alabama as a host for a new research venture. This research venture establishes the Cooperative Institute for Research to Operations in Hydrology, which is headquartered at the Alabama Water Institute.