The Alabama Legislature today inched a step closer to providing high-quality pre-k to every family in the state that wants to voluntarily enroll their four-year-old.
Governor Ivey has announced a new study of Alabama third graders that finds that students who participated in the state’s high-quality, voluntary First Class Pre-K
Advocates for the expansion of Alabama’s high-quality, state-funded and voluntary First Class Pre-K program are today encouraging state lawmakers to fund Alabama Governor Kay Ivey’s
The children of Birmingham received an early Christmas gift this year. Birmingham City Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring and Mayor Randall Woodfin announced that all
Huntsville, Ala. – North Alabama state lawmakers Representative Phil Williams (HD-06) and Representative Terri Collins (HD-08) observed one of the state’s newest high-quality, voluntary First
Walker County, which just two years ago had the lowest pre-k access rate in the state, has increased the percentage of local four-year-olds enrolled in