Madden graduates from academy

Fayette County High School Principal Dr. Jeremy Madden recently graduated from The University of Alabama Superintendents’ Academy. During the past ten years, Alabama educators have participated in unparalleled efforts to improve schools and raise student achievement in elementary and secondary grades.  These efforts have consisted of new subject-matter content standards, increased requirements for high school graduation, statewide testing and assessment requirements for students, performance-based accountability programs for schools, teacher and school leader professional development programs, entry certification standards for both teachers and school leaders, school financial officer and technology coordinator requirements, a comprehensive school fiscal accountability program, reading, math, science, technology and career/technical initiatives, and implementation of the federal program “No Child Left Behind” and more recently, the “Every Student Succeeds Act.”

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