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Quinton Ross will join other prominent leaders to help guide the Biden administration's efforts to aid Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The report links the state’s workforce preparedness struggles to students falling behind in reading, math, and college- and career-readiness.
The report notes that just 6 percent of Black Belt students obtained graduate or professional degrees in 2019, compared to 10 percent statewide.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children recently announced the election of Department of Early Childhood Education Secretary Barbara Cooper.
Poverty and teacher shortages are drivers for lagging science and math proficiencies in Black Belt schools, the report finds.
Alabama's fight against Critical Race Theory has created confusion about what Black history can and cannot be taught in schools.