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Barrett Elementary Was Once Considered A ‘Failing’ School. Not Anymore.

By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart For the Birmingham Times Three years ago, Nathaniel A. Barrett Elementary School had the kind of grades you wouldn’t want to show...

Principal Tikki Hines Brought Hope and Aura of Success to Barrett...

By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart For the Birmingham Times On a recent morning at Nathaniel A. Barrett Elementary School, Principal Tikki Hines walked down the hall with...

Here’s How A.H. Parker High School Got Off State’s ‘Failing’ List

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times For the first time in three years, A.H. Parker High School is off of the state’s failing-schools list. When the...

School Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring: ‘I Want to be Clear–We Are...

By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart For the Birmingham Times The success and progress at Nathaniel A. Barrett Elementary School and A.H. Parker High School are just part...

Miles College Students Selected for Thurgood Marshall Leadership Institute

The Birmingham Times Five Miles College scholars were selected to attend the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C., last month, a first...

The Education of Jay Johnson, Founder of College Prep U

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times What started as a way to help one of his church members through the college admissions process has turned into...

Students Help Preserve Historic Tuskegee Buildings

BlackPressUSA Kayla Heard of Mobile went to Tuskegee University to study architecture. Now in her third year, she has developed a passion and career interest...

Deadline nears to apply for Birmingham Promise apprenticeship program

The Birmingham Times  Birmingham Promise, Inc. will receive $2 million from the City of Birmingham every year for five years under a project agreement that...

Wenonah HS Senior: Property Tax Renewal Will Benefit Students, Community

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Justin Smith, a senior at Wenonah High School in West End knows the importance of attending Pre-K in Birmingham City...

What The Ad Valorem Property Renewal Means for City Students

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times On Tuesday, October 8, residents will cast their ballots in a special Birmingham City Council election for seats in districts...

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