Alabama Board of Education Approves Charter School Rules - Education Week
Most on private-school scholarships not from failing schools - Education
Bentley signs Alabama Accountability Act - Education Week
A look at what passed and failed in the 2015 session - Education Week
Lawmakers alter Ala. private school scholarship program - Education Week
Lawmakers close to making changes on Accountability Act - Education Week
Bentley signs education trust fund budget - Education Week
House OKs expanding program helping pay for private school - Education Week
Board of Education meets regarding charter school commission - Education
Ala. House committee approves Education Trust Fund budget - Education Week
Programs Aim to Smooth Student-Police Relations - Education Week
Amid racially charged incidents in U.S. cities, some advocacy and law-enforcement groups are taking steps to foster better relations between police and minority youths.
Alabama Teenagers to Study How to Encounter Police - Education Week
Federal prosecutors are working with the FBI and police in Mobile, Ala., on a program meant to teach teenagers how to navigate encounters with police.
Ala. Reading Intervention Stands Test of Time - Education Week
A statewide reading initiative begun 17 years ago in Alabama is credited with raising reading scores and narrowing racial achievement gaps in one of the nation’s poorest states.
Ala. Governor Signs Charter School Bill - Education Week
Gov. Robert Bentley, a Republican, last week signed legislation allowing charter schools to open in Alabama.
Alabama Court Upholds School Choice Law - Education Week
The Alabama Supreme Court has upheld a law that gives tax credits to some families for private school.
Lawrence County names new superintendent - Education Week
States That Prohibit Charters Likely to Decline - Education Week
Midterm elections and forceful advocacy efforts could reverse long-held resistance in Alabama, Kentucky, and Nebraska.
Ala. House OKs Bill Offering Dual-Enrollment Tax Credits - Education Week
Lawmakers in the Alabama House unanimously approved a bill last week that would provide $5 million in tax credits for individuals or businesses that contribute to dual-enrollment programs.
High School Athletic Association plans for homeschoolers - Education Week
Companies aid needy with Internet access in south Ala - Education Week
Athens voters defeat school tax proposal - Education Week
Elmore County Schools use service dogs to help students - Education Week
Ala adds evolution requirement, climate study for schools - Education Week
Lawmakers resume talks on budget, education transfer - Education Week
School board members: Ala science changes not major - Education Week
Alabama middle school girls learn about engineering careers - Education
Alabama school system uses gun-sniffing dogs to find threats - Education
School secretary pleads guilty, apologizes for gunman hoax - Education Week
State gets A for teaching personal finance in high school - Education Week
Woman faces dilemma in sending terminally ill son to school - Education