The percentage of first-time college students assigned to remedial education before embarking on college courses continues to drop, according to Read the full release.
Lower Percentage of College Freshmen in Need of Remedial Education
PARCA believes in the importance of a strong public education system in improving the lives of Alabamians. A population that Read the full release.
Progress Made on Remedial Education
The latest statistics from the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) show that Alabama high schools are making progress in Read the full release.
2014 Remedial Education Rates by High School
Alabama public high schools produced more graduates in 2014 than they produced the previous year, and more of them enrolled Read the full release.
ACT Scores Fall for the Class of 2022
In Alabama and across the country, average scores on the ACT, the widely-used college readiness test, dropped for the pandemic-plagued Read the full release.
Another Banner Year in Alabama Tax Collections, but Inflation Will Take a Bite
Alabama tax collections grew at an eye-popping rate in the 2022 fiscal year, with particularly strong growth in income tax Read the full release.
Success Plus Initiative – Halfway to Success
Halfway to 2025, Alabama is slightly behind pace to meet its goal of adding 500,000 new skilled workers to its Read the full release.
New Business Education Alliance Report Calls for Historic Investments in Education and Workforce
The recovery from the pandemic presents an opportunity for Alabama to regain momentum by investing in proven strategies for improving Read the full release.
Fewer Freshmen Assigned to Remedial Education
Despite the disruptions of the pandemic, Alabama high school graduates who entered college in 2020 were less likely to be Read the full release.
Alabama Tax Revenues Surge in 2021
By the end of FY 2021, Alabama tax collections had grown at their fastest pace in recent history, fueled by Read the full release.