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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...

Meet The Page Sisters: Top of Class in Birmingham and HBCUs

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Jamilah, Hadiyah, and Ayannah Page are more than sisters. They are classmates, mentors, friends, confidants, and colleagues who attended the...

Google Announces Initiative to Train 100,000 Black Women in Digital Skills...

By Derek Major Black Enterprise Google officially launched an initiative last week to provide 100,000 Black women with career development and digital skills training by 2022. The...

Miles College Builds More Partnerships with Global Brands

The Birmingham Times It’s been a banner past four weeks for Miles College. On Monday, the school announced it will become a community center for Coding...

Miles College Receives Grant from Alabama Power for Critical Tech needs

miles.edu Miles College is receiving a grant from Alabama Power and its parent, Southern Company, to support the Miles College Empowerment Center for Digital Excellence in...

IBM Provides Miles College with $2M For Tech Training 

The Birmingham Times  Miles College announced today a $2 million collaboration with IBM to help students and faculty develop technology skills. The partnership will help...

Birmingham City Council Approves $1.3M Police Software; But Some Voice Concerns  

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times  Despite concern from citizens about software for the police department that they say could include facial recognition, the Birmingham...

Waymond Jackson Jr. Hired as First CEO of tech-focused Ed Farm

By Michael Tomberlin Alabama NewsCenter Ed Farm has hired Waymond Jackson Jr. as its first CEO. Short for “education farm,” the tech-focused education and workforce development initiative...

Birmingham residents vote overwhelmingly to renew taxes for city schools

Times Staff Report Birmingham residents on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to renew the ad valorem property tax that supports the Birmingham City Schools (BCS) system. According to...

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