Florida school children are not keeping up with their national and international peers in math and science.
It’s no secret the college admissions process can be stressful for students, especially the dreaded standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, but these days the pressure to perform is greater than ever.
Many will remember that, as a kid, when a classmate had lice—they had to go home and not return until the lice was gone. But some states are changing that policy—meaning students with lice can stay in school.
More than 19,000 comments and suggestions have been submitted to the Florida Department of Education during the month-long review of the Common Core Standards for schools.
Have an opinion or comment on the state’s Common Core academic standards for language arts and math you want to share? Better hurry as the deadline is almost here.
More than 100 elected officials, teachers and concerned parents attended a public hearing in Davie Wednesday to debate the pros and cons of state’s new academic standards.
Supporters and opponents of the controversial “Common Core” education standards clashed Tuesday in Tampa during the opening stop in a three-day round of public hearings across the state.
The question over new school standards in Florida spilled out into full view on Tuesday.
The promise of a pay raise by Gov. Rick Scott for teachers around the state is still just that for hundreds of teachers.
A donation will help the National Heat Start Association keep going during the federal government shutdown.