BCS summer programs make learning a year-round process.
Announcement of five candidates for school superintendent attracts criticism from board members and citizens alike.
Birmingham's teachers speak about their educational frustrations and aspirations.
Members discussed several possible changes to selection process during special meeting.
Crestwood North president Darrell O’Quinn discusses the need for education and infrastructure.
A recent vote highlights the precarious financial situation of Birmingham City Schools.
Initiative will provide 5,000 jobs to high school students.
An education policy expert discusses how charter schools could affect education in Birmingham
The second installment of Weld’s year-long series on education offers a snapshot into the lives of some Birmingham students.
SAIL programs allow students to continue their education between school years.
Local competition hopes to inspire creativity and positivity in area students.
Historians and educators discuss how the school system’s history of segregation has impeded progress for half a century — and their hopes for the future.
Local school administrators see ethnic diversity in their student bodies changing their systems for the better.
Human Rights Watch says bullying and harassment of gay and transgender students remain serious problems in America’s public schools.
Four students at the Alabama School of Fine Arts receive awards for achievements in literature and performing arts.