Cuts threaten Alabama schools' progress
by AnnistonStar
 Around the State
Jan 28, 2011 | 1265 views |  2 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

State Superintendent of Education Joe Morton told state board members Thursday that initiatives that have been pushed over the years to improve the quality of education in Alabama have taken the state from the bottom of the heap to being a competitor.

But he cautioned that the state's constant threat of financial disaster remains a challenge that could prevent the quality of Alabama education from going to No. 1.

Read the full story from The Montgomery Advertiser.

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