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How Summer Enrichment Programs Lifted Birmingham City Students

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times As a former teacher and a principal, Birmingham Schools Superintendent (BCS) Mark Sullivan, Ed.D., knows about the summer slide, which...

BCS Superintendent Dr. Mark Sullivan: ‘We’ll Be Back and Better Than...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Mark Sullivan, Ed.D., superintendent of Birmingham City Schools (BCS) spoke to The Birmingham Times about the upcoming school year, which...

BCS Board President Daagye Hendricks on Purchasing $10M In New Devices

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Daagye Hendricks, president of the Birmingham Board of Education, spoke to The Birmingham Times about the upcoming fall semester, which...

Bold Girls Rock! Builds Self-Esteem, Prepares Students For Future

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times For many metro area students, this has been a more challenging summer than in past because of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Back to School: Complete Health Checklist for Every Parent

By Brianna Hoge, Anna Jones and Hannah Echols UAB News As the summer comes to an end, parents of school-aged children may find themselves questioning what...

What To Know About Alabama’s New Literacy Act

By Trisha Powell Crain | tcrain@al.com The Alabama Literacy Act, first passed in 2019, will go fully into effect at the start of the new school...

Drew: COVID Safety Concerns and Recommendations As Students Return

By Samuetta Hill Drew It’s been a long time coming, but students are now returning to school for in-person learning. Due to the status of...

Birmingham’s Jordyn Hudson awarded Princeton Prize in Race Relations

By Anthony Cook Alabama Newscenter Jordyn Hudson, a recent graduate of Indian Springs School near Birmingham, was recently awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The prestigious award from Princeton University goes...

Demolition of Banks High School in E. Birmingham latest in revitalization...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Willie Wooten has lived in East Birmingham for 10 years. The president of the South East Lake Neighborhood association, was...

Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff to visit Birmingham’s Jackson-Olin HS on Thurs.

www.bhamcityschools.org Birmingham City Schools’ effort to vaccinate students 12 and older before the start of the school year will get a boost Thursday from the...

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