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These 7 Birmingham Schools Worked Way Off State’s Failing List

www.birminghamcityschools.org The number of Birmingham schools included on the Alabama State Department of Education Failing List declined again this year. Academic Achievement improved at a...

The Morgan Project Hosts Conflict and Courage Workshop in Birmingham

By Nicole S. Daniel Birmingham Times Dr. Martha Bouyer, minister, former classroom teacher and social studies supervisor for Jefferson County Schools, this week led a Conflict...

Meet the Director of Miles College’s New SBA Women’s Business Center

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Olivia Cook, executive director for Miles College’s new Center for Economic and Social Justice, said her life was changed about...

Birmingham Approves $1 Million Financial Literacy Initiative for City Schools

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham City Council on Tuesday approved $1 million for a financial literacy initiative for six Birmingham City Schools to receive...

From Alabama to Liberia: Auburn University Students Make Impact, Gain Life-Changing...

By Neal Reid Auburn University More than 5,000 miles from “the loveliest village on the Plains,” Brittany Branyon had a life-changing moment only dreamed about by...

Birmingham’s First Workforce Development High School Enrolling Students

Special to The Times Build UP Community School (BUCS), the nation’s first and only workforce development high school model that provides low-income youth career-ready skills...

Miles College Prepares for Opener With 6 QBs Who Are ‘Capable,’...

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. Alabama NewsCenter Sam Shade’s most recent coaching experience was leading the Pinson Valley Indians. But the former Alabama defensive standout brings college experience...

Ensley Native Lost Son to Gun Violence. How He Found Strength...

By Nicole S. Daniel The Birmingham Times Ensley neighborhood native Ernest Brown, compliance officer and dean of academics at Maranathan Academy in Birmingham, goes above and...

Birmingham City Schools to Increase Mental Health Services for Students

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times With the first day of school set to begin Aug. 8, the Birmingham Board of Education on Tuesday approved an...

Ed Farm hosts inaugural Future of Learning Summit in Alabama

By Anthony Cook Alabama NewsCenter Ed Farm hosted its inaugural Future of Learning Summit this week at the Fennec event space in Birmingham. The two-day professional learning event featured nationally...

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