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It’s the first full day of summer vacation, but students are still learning how they fared on the most talked-about test of the year, the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, or the FCAT.
The House Education Committee is ready to roll out a bill that would upgrade the health, safety and teaching standards of Florida’s early learning programs.
Miami-Dade County maintained its overall B rating for schools this year, but Broward County dropped from a B to a C in the latest ranking released by the state Wednesday morning.
Teachers’ results under a Florida Department of Education formula meant to measure student learning must be released to the public, the 1st District Court of Appeal ruled Tuesday.
A course which teaches students about their personal finances and planning for the future could be put in place without spending a lot of money.
Florida’s schools and state government could be the next victims of the federal government shutdown.
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.