On November 1, 2019, Tuscaloosa area state lawmakers visited the new First Class Pre-K classrooms at Shelton State Community College’s C.A. Fredd Campus to study
MONTGOMERY, Ala.— On May 31, 2019, the Alabama State House of Representatives and the Alabama State Senate agreed to the largest-ever expansion of the state’s
Alabama First Class Pre-K Program Named Highest Quality Pre-K Program in Nation for the 13th Straight Year
Alabama’s high-quality, voluntary First Class Pre-K program was today named the highest quality state-funded pre-kindergarten program in the nation for the 13th year in a
On Friday, April 5, State Senator Jim McClendon (SD-11) toured the high-quality, voluntary Alabama First Class Pre-K classrooms at Springville Elementary School in his district.
Pre-K Task Force Encourages Lawmakers to Approve Gov. Ivey’s First Class Pre-K Expansion Recommendation
Montgomery, Ala.– Alabama Governor Kay Ivey’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget proposal includes a $25 million expansion of Alabama’s state-funded, high-quality and voluntary First Class Pre-K