Why Governor Robert Bentley's recent comments on the state of education in Alabama prove that he's painfully out of touch with reality.
One state legislator crossed the line when it comes to determining who runs our public schools.
We did not draw the line in the sand in 2014. We should in 2016.
With the AAA, the needs of the few outweigh the needs of the many.
Arguments about recent social injustices in Alabama turn a blind eye to one of the biggest: state education legislation.
Circles really do have a beginning and an end. But you cannot be in a rush to find them.
The wording of controversial new education law resembles that of bills found unconstitutional elsewhere.
Alabama's "leadership" continues to bleed the state's education funding.
The budget debacle in Montgomery may result in decreased funding for education.
Who will hold the legislature accountable?
Alabama Accountability Act – first about ‘failing schools,’ now it’s about ‘choice.'
Millions are being raised and more called for in the Accountability Act, but which students are being shortchanged?
Neither bloggers nor bureaucrats nor elected officials wipe runny noses or give hugs to first-graders or make sure all children have a snack at break…
Some of Alabama's leaders prefer an oligarchy where power is held by a small number of individuals.
The case of Berry Elementary School is a clear example of the disconnect between reality and Montgomery.