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Woodlawn Innovation Network

Woodlawn Innovation Network

In 2013, the Foundation formed a collaboration with the Woodlawn Foundation, A+ Education Partnership, University of Alabama Birmingham, Lawson State Community College and the Birmingham City School system to implement an innovative design with the schools in the Woodlawn feeder pattern, known as the Woodlawn Innovation Network, culminating with the opportunity for Woodlawn High School students to earn up to 60 hours of college credit. As this year draws to a close, educators have received countless hours of job-embedded professional development and Woodlawn students have earned more than 840 college hours through Early College from University of Alabama Birmingham, Jefferson State Community College, and Lawson State Community College.

For more information, visit: woodlawninnovationnetwork.com.