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How COVID-19 Made A Stronger Birmingham City Schools System

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times When the U.S. shut down last March, Birmingham City Schools (BCS) quickly transitioned to virtual learning with seven weeks left...

Dr. Mark Sullivan Says Schools Will Open Early, But Not Mid-July

The Birmingham Times After receiving feedback from parents, employees and the community, Birmingham City Schools has revised its proposed calendar for the upcoming academic year....

Reading leads children to a better life. Be a part of...

Matt Windsor UAB Reporter In every life are moments that can be pivotal. But few may be more consequential, or overlooked, than the third-grade reading test. As...

‘Real Men’ to Boys in Birmingham-Area: Reading Key to Success 

Erica Wright The Birmingham Times  Reading IS Fundamental.  That was the message of I See Me Inc.’s, 11th annual “Real Men Read: You Can Be Virtually...

Birmingham City Schools Students Return to In-person Learning on Monday

bhm.k12.al.us Some Birmingham City Schools students will be back in the classroom on Monday, March 8.  Students in group A will have in-person instruction on Mondays...

UA Board of Trustees Renames George C. Wallace Building on UAB...

UAB News The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama System on Friday unanimously approved the renaming of the former George C. Wallace Building...

Birmingham Provides Resources to Help Families Meet FAFSA Deadline 

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times  Birmingham Mayor Randall L. Woodfin joined Birmingham Promise, Inc. last week to announce resources to help seniors and their families...

Regions Scholarship Contest Helps Students Share Inspiring Stories

By Veleka Finch doingmoretoday.com Black Americans helped build the backbones of commerce, community organizing, science, education, arts and entertainment in our nation – holding true to what...

Remote Learning Continues for Birmingham City Schools Through February

bhamcityschools.org Birmingham City Schools will continue with remote teaching and learning throughout the month of February, Superintendent Dr. Mark Sullivan announced. “The number of COVID-19 cases...

Councilor Steven Hoyt Awards Scholarships to 54 City Students

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times  Birmingham City Councilor Steven Hoyt on Tuesday awarded scholarships to 54 students through his Education with a Purpose program...

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