Broward County Public Schools
South Florida students did not encounter any technical issues Monday while taking the state’s new standardized test, however, the state’s top law enforcement agency is investigating testing delays caused by cyber-attacks on a server used to administer the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA).
Another day of technical glitches as students gave Florida’s new standardized test another shot Thursday morning.
After a calamitous day one, followed by two days of throwing up their hands, South Florida school districts – Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach – will hold their breaths and try again tomorrow to boot up a standardized testing system that bombed out of the gates.
The state’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy group is standing behind the Weston father who is upset with his son’s teacher, after she allegedly called him a “rag-head Taliban.”
The father of a high school student is pressing for a French teacher’s suspension or firing after she reportedly called his son a “rag-head Taliban.”
The Superintendent of Broward County Public Schools went back to class this week to experience a day in the life of a student and push for a bond referendum.
More than 260,000 children in Broward were up early for the first day of school Monday morning. With the start of the new school year, students and parents should be aware of some changes.
Monday morning, students around South Florida will be waiting by the bus stops and checking out their new classes as they begin the 2014-2015 school year.
Bells will sound Monday morning, ringing in the first day of the 2014-2015 school year.
Just one more weekend of summer left, meaning students will be back in the classroom—and some back on the bus—come Monday morning.