Last weekend at the Business Council of Alabama’s Governmental Affairs Conference, the Business Education Alliance unveiled its latest report, produced Read the full release.
Newly released “Leadership Matters” report examines reinventing schools through key leaders
The State’s Image Ranks #9 among Alabama Voter Priorities
In late 2017, the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama (PARCA) surveyed Alabama voters to determine their thoughts about the Read the full release.
Tax Reform Ranks #10 Among Alabama Voter Priorities
Background In late 2017, the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama (PARCA) surveyed Alabama voters to determine their thoughts about Read the full release.
Alabama Class of 2017 High School Graduation, College and Career, ACT and WorkKeys Results
In this graduation season, we take a look back at some encouraging educational statistics for last year’s graduating class, the Read the full release.
The Priorities of Alabama Voters
In 2018, Alabamians will elect a governor and five other statewide executive branch officers, 140 legislators, and scores of local Read the full release.
Thank God For Mississippi: They’re Leading the Way on Educational Progress
At least in terms of education, it’s time to retire the old Alabama catchphrase, “Thank God for Mississippi.” It’s an Read the full release.
ACT Aspire: 2017 Results and a Final Look Back
The ACT Aspire, a suite of standardized tests given statewide to students in grades 3-8 and 10, has been the Read the full release.
PARCA Gubernatorial Candidate Forum Brings Leaders Together to Discuss Alabama Priorities
This past Wednesday, May 16th, PARCA held a 2018 Gubernatorial Candidate Forum at Woodrow Hall in Birmingham. The event was Read the full release.
Population Change in Alabama Counties and Metro Areas
As a follow-up to PARCA’s previous post on estimated changes to Alabama’s population in comparison to other states, we now Read the full release.
Alabama Grows, but Slowly, Weighed Down by High Death Rate and Low Rate of International Migration
Alabama’s pace of population growth increased in 2017, but the state remains slow-growing compared to most of its Southeastern neighbors, Read the full release.