Historically Black Community Colleges (HBCC) and Predominately Black Community Colleges (PBCC) Leaders Convene to Focus on Investing in Student-Success-Based Attainment and Data-Driven Decision Making
by Alabama Possible | April 28, 2023 | Press Release
The Alabama HBCC/PBCC Network, convened by Alabama Possible, held a two-day convening on Wednesday and Thursday at the Alabama Community College System office focused on investing in student-success-based attainment and data-driven decision making. The convening brought together leaders from HBCC and PBCC institutions from across the state of Alabama to share best practices and explore innovative solution to improve student outcomes.
by the Selma Sun | June 20, 2022 | Article
Perry County is one of seven counties in the state in which more than a quarter of its citizens live in poverty. That’s the finding of a report released by Alabama Possible, a statewide nonprofit organization that works to break down barriers to prosperity through advocacy, education and collaboration.
by Alabama Possible | June 9, 2022 | Press Release
ALABAMA (June 9, 2022) — Alabama Possible, a statewide nonprofit organization that breaks down barriers to prosperity, today released its 2022 Barriers to Prosperity Data Sheet. This year’s findings show that more than 714,000 Alabamians, including 222,000 children, live below the federal poverty threshold, which is $26,496 for a family of four.
by Alabama Possible | June 1, 2022 | Press Release
ALABAMA (June 1, 2022) –Today close to 150 attendees celebrated high school educators for their commitment to supporting students on their journey to postsecondary pathways at the Virtual Alabama Goes to College Celebration Day from 10:00 – 11:45 a.m.
by Alabama News Center | May 31, 2022 | Article
Alabama’s 2021 high school graduating seniors left a decent Powerball’s worth of money – an estimated $67.8 million in federal financial aid – on the table.