The Birmingham Business Alliance and the Birmingham Education Foundation are partnering to offer training for current and potential leaders in the effort to improve education in and around metro Birmingham. It’s hoped it won’t just be them who consider attending.
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March 22nd, 2013 · Comments Off · Education
Birmingham City Schools superintendent Craig Witherspoon has been talking a lot about what’s going on in the school system in recent weeks. You’ve got two more opportunities to hear from him and ask questions this week across Birmingham.
March 21st, 2011 · Comments Off · Education
It’s a new beginning for Birmingham-Southern College today as the institution’s Board of Trustees named retired U.S. Marine Corps commandant Gen. Charles “Chuck” C. Krulak its thirteenth president at a noon press conference.
The newest addition to Birmingham’s unconference scene has announced that its registration is now open. EdCamp Birmingham will take place in April 2011 debut, currently the only unconference for teachers planned for the Southeastern United States.
Birmingham’s new city schools superintendent, Craig Witherspoon, was definitely schooled at his first board meeting on Tuesday evening, watching as decisions were made both large and small. Part of this meeting could have been called The Salami Diaries.
Looks like we’re not the only hub for information around here. The newest one serves as a valuable resource for teachers and educators throughout metro Birmingham, AL.
April 21st, 2009 · Comments Off · Education
Samford University will finally move forward with demolishing Ramsay Hall, though plans for its replacement may take a little longer to figure out…