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Jones calls on Birmingham-based for-profit college CEO to assist student after sudden closure
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Wednesday, November 7 education employees will rally at the Alabama Supreme Court building in support of AEA’s 2016 lawsuit against PEEHIP. The Court is set to...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, the Alabama House Ways and Means Education Committee held a public hearing on the Education Trust Fund fiscal year...
By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Supreme Court has put a hold on the return of millions of dollars to state educators while the...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Quietly under cover of so-called attorney-client privilege, educators are being denied millions of dollars, and the state’s Open Meetings Act...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Education Association has won a lawsuit alleging that the Retirement System of Alabama PEEHIP Board met illegally and...
By Minority Leader Rep. Craig Ford State leaders in Montgomery have become Robin Hoods—just not the kind that everyone remembers hearing about as a child. Instead...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Wednesday, April 27, the PEEHIP (Public Education Employees Health Insurance Program) board voted 7 to 6 to increase the monthly...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Monday, June 8, Alabama Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey (R) commented on the recent legislative session...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Wednesday, March 12 the House Way and Means for Education Committee approved an education budget without the 2% pay...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Wednesday, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley (R) publicly announced that if the legislature passes an Education Trust Fund (ETF) budget...