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Drew: How Midfield City Schools Educates in COVID-19 World

By Samuetta Hill Drew This article is the third and last one in the safety series dedicated to student learning in a COVID-19 environment. The...

After Teachers Stage Sickout, School Leaders Announce More COVID Measures

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times The Birmingham Board of Education (BOE) on Tuesday took several steps to address concerns from some city teachers who had...

Drew: BCS’s Dr. Mark Sullivan on Educating in COVID Environment

By Samuetta Hill Drew It has been two years since I began writing articles about the pandemic named the Coronavirus COVID-19. This new virus struck...

Birmingham Schools Announce Remote Learning for Mon. and Tues.

bhm.k12.al.us Birmingham City Schools will start this week with remote teaching and learning on Monday and Tuesday, because of anticipated staff shortages. Educators will work...

Drew: New Year, New Variant on the COVID Block: The Omicron...

By Samuetta Hill Drew Since COVID-19 showed up worldwide two short years ago, as a nation we have experienced devastating highs and lows relative to...

Birmingham 2021: Year in Review

Compiled by Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times  It was a busy news year in Birmingham for a city slowly recovering from a pandemic that had shut...

Birmingham City Schools offering Free COVID Vaccine Clinics

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Beginning Dec. 13 at six Birmingham City Schools, free COVID-19 vaccinations will be available for children ages 5 and up,...

Birmingham City Councilors On Their Plans To Spend $35M in Federal...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham City Councilors are mostly eager to spend the remaining $35 million in federal COVID relief money which is geared...

Drew: FAQS about COVID vaccine for children and teens

By Samuetta Hill Drew Millions of adults have received one of the three U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved COVID-19 vaccine series while many...

Miles College Cancels $3.9M in Loans for Students Enrolled in Spring...

The Birmingham Times Miles College announced Tuesday that it would cancel $3.9 million in federal student loans for all full-time students enrolled in the Spring...

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