Broward County Public Schools
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.
A Miramar middle-schooler is recovering from spinal surgery after he says he was body-slammed at school.
The Bible controversy goes on in the Broward School District.
Broward’s school district was just one of several districts across the state which experienced problems administering the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) on Tuesday because of a computer glitch.
When W. George Allen graduated from the College of Law at the University of Florida in 1962, he was the first African American to do so. A year later, Mr. Allen is credited with filing the lawsuit that integrated Broward County and Hendry County public schools. He went on to practice law in Broward for just shy of a half century. As part of Black History month. Mr. Allen is set to speak at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society. He shares with us his knowledge on the evolution and progress of the fight for civil rights.
In an effort to cut down on the number of students arrested for petty crimes like loitering and disrupting class, Broward County’s school district has reached a deal with law enforcement and the NAACP for an alternative to the zero-tolerance policies prevalent in many schools.