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(Front - L to R) Commissoner Ron Sparks, State of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries; Amy Hiller, Princpal of Meek Elementary; Dr. ...,.... (Back) Larry Lee, Director of the Center for Rural Alabama.
(Front РL to R) Commissoner Ron Sparks, State of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries; Amy Hiller, Principal of Meek Elementary; Dr. Joe Morten, Alabama State Superintendent of Educaton (Back) Larry Lee, Director of the Center for Rural Alabama.

After months of intensive study and more than 300 interviews, the Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries’ Center for Rural Alabama will release their report, Lessons Learned from Rural Schools, at a banquet on May 6.

The report takes an in-depth look at 10 high-performing rural elementary schools in Alabama.  At least 65 percent of all students at each school receive free and reduced lunches.