Education News in Alabama for May 28, 2010
SCHOOL BOARD: Educator effectiveness, innovation schools get bipartisan approval;
No silver bullets in education reform, Novak says on Ala. Public Radio;
RESEARCH FINDING: Differing teacher prep paths make no difference for students;
Pre-K gets strong bipartisan support in Ala., poll says;
BLOG: Recruiting talented teachers idealism vs. pragmatism.
By Kelly Adams
Pre-k is one thing most Alabamians agree on, according to a new poll commissioned by the Alabama School Readiness Alliance, a pre-K advocacy organization.7 in 10 Alabama voters support state funding of voluntary pre-k for all families that choose to utilize it, the poll finds.