Florida Releases A-To-F Grades For More Than 3,200 SchoolsFlorida released school grades based on a new high-stakes test given about a year ago.
As Bush Campaigns, Florida Struggles With His Schools LegacyAs Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush campaigns, his signature achievement in education policy as Florida governor may come apart.
FDLE Closes School Testing Cyberattack InvestigationThe FDLE’s investigation into a cyberattack on school testing systems last March has been closed.
Florida's New Public-School Test Found ValidA new study found Florida's high stakes school testing millions of school children is valid.
Florida Still Investigating Cyberattack On School TestingThe cyberattack on school testing systems from nearly six months ago is still fresh on the minds of Florida officials as students are streaming back into school this month.
No Public Explanation On Florida Testing CyberattackFlorida's top law enforcement agency is still investigating a cyberattack on the state's testing system with no public explanation as of yet.
GOP Presidential Hopefuls Gather For Education Summit A small plan went down Wednesday morning in South Florida.
Florida Schools Chief To Lead New York Education Dept.A Florida school superintendent will lead New York's education department.
Miami-Dade & Broward Suspend New Assessment TestThis week the state is rolling out its new, much debated, Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) tests.
Bush: Borders Less Secure If Congress Cuts Off DHS DollarsFormer Florida Governor Jeb Bush spoke against cutting off the Department of Homeland Security's budget saying it would make U.S. borders less secure.
Bush Defends His Conservative Credentials Ahead Of CPACFormer Florida Governor Jeb Bush defended his conservative credentials like tax cuts and smaller government ahead of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Bush May Not Be Presidential Candidate, But Talks Like OneSupposedly, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush was in Tallahassee this week for a summit on education. But between the fundraiser he held in town, another fundraiser later in the week in New York City and the release of the first chapter of a book chronicling his time as governor through emails he sent and received, it looked a lot like the soft launch of a presidential campaign.