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The Alabama Connecting Classrooms, Educators, and Students Statewide (ACCESS) Distance Learning Program 2014 awards winners were recognized during the 2014 Alabama Educational Technology Conference. The ACCESS award was created to recognize the people who work to ensure the success of the ACCESS initiative program. This year is the inaugural presentation of the award. There are […]

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding mobility options for people with disabilities is sponsoring a contest to honor local heroes who have overcome the challenges of living with a disability. Moulton Elementary teacher Courtney Boyll is one of those local heroes entered in the contest. Boyll, a third […]

Gifted specialists, program coordinators, administrators, parents, university faculty and supporters of gifted education will converge Sept 1618 for the 21st Annual AAGC Conference at McWane Science Center. (more…)

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This page will allow you to update your AEA membership record.  It does NOT log you into the Access website for member benefits.  If instead you wish to log into the Access website for member benefits, please click here.

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The Global Campaign for Education Youth Advocacy Training is a biannual training program that not only equips students and young professionals with information about education for all, but also trains them in ways to tell others. During the training, participants work with and learn from their coalition members about how to advocate for equal access to a quality education […]

ALABAMA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION reporting out on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Alabama Education Association As Prepared for delivery: Good morning and I welcome you to this meeting of the Board of the Alabama Education Association. Our first order of business today is for me to stand and report on behalf of the […]

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AEA member Krystle Bryant has won an “Education Oscar,” or the prestigious 2014 Milken Educator Award from the Milken Family Foundation. A fifth grade science teacher at Walker Elementary School in Tuscaloosa, Bryant was surprised at a ceremony in front of students, colleagues, school officials and the media. Presented by Milken Educator Awards Senior Vice […]

A recent column by John Hilliard criticized the Alabama Education Association for our opposition to the so-called Alabama Accountability Act. Not only does he unfairly disparage AEA, he perpetuates discredited myths and the unfounded notion that the law somehow benefits the poor and disadvantaged children of our state. Let’s set the record straight. Instead of […]