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Drew: How to Decide Between the Virtual or Traditional Classroom

By Samuetta Hill Drew With the reopening of schools in America, parents are faced with one of the most difficult decisions they may have in...

With Help from Apple, Bham City Teacher Prepares for Unprecedented Year

www.apple.com As Birmingham City Schools fourth grade science and social studies teacher Portrice Warren gets ready to start her classes remotely, she is keenly aware...

Dr. Mark Sullivan Named Permanent Chief of Birmingham City Schools

Times staff report The Birmingham Board of Education on Monday named Dr. Mark Sullivan school superintendent. Sullivan, a longtime education leader, was appointed during a...

Birmingham Families Face an Unprecedented School Year

By Je’Don Holloway Talley and Sydney Melson The Birmingham Times Preparing for the first day of school—Tuesday, September 8—parents and guardians of Birmingham City Schools (BCS)...

BCS Parent Tyrone Silmon on How Remote Learning Will Affect His...

By Ameera Steward For the Birmingham Times The COVID-19 pandemic has changed lives around the world and here at home. Last month, Birmingham City Schools (BCS)...

10 Vital Back To School Tips From a Parent and Nurse...

By Coretta Collins Traditional, virtual, remote, blended, are like buzz words flooding our timelines, inboxes, thoughts and conversations. As school systems are trying their best...

King Family Has 3 Children in BCS. Their Plans for Virtual...

By Je’Don Holloway Talley For the Birmingham Times Back-to-school shopping for Lotoria King, who has three children in Birmingham City Schools (BCS), usually meant supplies and...

Drew: Reopening Schools and Safety For All

By Samuetta Hill Drew As a retired and former teacher, principal, senior administrator, union president and parent, I have heard many politicians, board members, superintendents,...

What Birmingham-area college students say about upcoming semester

By Caleb Jones For The Birmingham Times With the 2020 fall semester approaching, students at colleges and universities in Alabama have mixed opinions about whether to...

Why Birmingham City Schools Moved Start Date to Sept. 8 from...

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times  Students in Birmingham City Schools will begin the 2020-21 academic year on Tuesday, September 8, the day after Labor Day,...

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