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SBOE Approves Rule Change on Alternative Teacher Certification Assessments

Nov. 9, 2023, SBOE Meeting & Work Session Recap

The State Board of Education adopted Alabama Administrative Code rule changes pertaining to Alternative Teacher Preparation organizations (ATPO) and alternative teacher certification assessments during Thursday’s November meeting but did not act upon a proposed code change pertaining to charter school authorizers and their operational and categorical funding allocations.  In the.
Alabama Literacy Act: 2023 Summer Reading Camps Impact

Oct. 12, 2023, SBOE Meeting & Work Session Recap

The State Board Thursday received data about some 29,000 K-3 students that participated in Summer Reading Camp after being identified as not reading on grade-level. The results this year come with high stakes. After years of delay, the third-grade retention provision under the Alabama Literacy Act will apply to the.
SBOE Approves New 3rd Grade Reading Cut Score
FY25 Budget, Potential Legislation Key Focus of State Board Retreat

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