Broward Schools To Hold Public Forum On School Safety EnhancementsIn the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a forum will be held Wednesday to discuss upcoming changes to make schools safer in Broward.
Runcie Recommends Comprehensive Review Of Nikolas Cruz's EducationThe Broward school district plans to conduct an independent review of what went wrong with the education plan for Nikolas Cruz.
Schools Get Out Of This World Lesson With Google's AR ProgramBroward students got an out of this world lesson thanks to Google's augmented reality program.
Broward Students Head Back To ClassIt's official - the long summer break is over and it's time to start the new school year for students in Broward.
Threatening Fax Prompts "Alert" At Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Miami-Dade and Broward County public schools were placed on alert Thursday regarding 'less than credible' threats, according to authorities.
Broward Teacher Fired, Reportedly Drunk On The JobA Broward County teacher out of a job after administrators say she was found drunk in her first grade classroom at Lloyd Estates Elementary last year.
Broward Emergency Operations Center DeactivatedWith Erika dissipating, Broward County Emergency operations were deactivated on Saturday.
Dade, Broward Schools Monitoring Erika's ProgressNow that Tropical Storm Erika is not expected to reach hurricane strength before it impacts South Florida, many are wondering what that means for school on Monday.
FSA Testing Canceled Until State Can Guarantee Problems Are Fixedchool administrators in Miami-Dade and Broward have canceled the computer based Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) test for grades 8-10 Tuesday, however, Education commissioner Pam Stewart told district superintendents via email Tuesday morning that the online tech services have been restored and testing may resume.
Broward Students Weigh In On Next Year's Lunch MenuThe Broward County School District held a tasting Friday at Pompano Beach High School to help determine what will be on school menu’s next year.
Voters Approve Bond To Improve Broward SchoolsVoters in Broward County were able to weigh in on whether to approve an $800 million bond to improve the county's public schools.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Supt. Robert Runcie Jim sits down for an extended one-on-one interview with Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie. The two discuss the $800 million bond issue which voters will decide on November 4th.

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