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Gov. Kay Ivey on Wednesday toured a Birmingham program that is funded by the Summer Adventures in Learning, or SAIL, program, which helps pair community organizations with schools to create high-quality summer learning programs. [CAROLINE BECK/ALABAMA DAILY NEWS]

BIRMINGHAM — Gov. Kay Ivey and education leaders are stressing the importance of expanding summer learning throughout the state as educators seek to help students recover from learning loss sustained during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Johnny W. Riley

Mr. Wooten those parents concepts are not outdated.

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