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In the wake of personal information for thousands of teachers in training was exposed online, Florida’s Education Commissioner Tony Bennett has ordered a review of data security.
Florida’s federal graduation rate dramatically increased by 3.9 percentage points this year, state education officials announced Friday. INSIDE: How the graduation rate for minorities also improved.
A new website to help students, parents and teachers master new academic standards being put into place is not happening at the moment.
A computer hacker taught a lesson to nearly 300,000 students, faculty and employees at a Florida Panhandle college on Wednesday.
Florida’s high school students are making progress in college entrance exam scores.
A $1.2 billion bond referendum pitched by the Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho has been approved by the Miami-Dade School Board in a vote of 7-2.
Fewer elementary, middle and combination schools received an “A” received an “A” for the 2011 – 2012 school year due to tougher grading standards.
Fifty-nine percent of Florida students who took the state’s new Algebra exam passed the test that many will need to earn a diploma, according to results released Friday morning.
The battle over teacher evaluations and merit pay takes center stage in Tallahassee Wednesday.
Results from the FCAT reading and writing parts of the test paint a very bad picture for students moving through the Florida school system.