Students Can Attend School In Any County Under New LawA wide-ranging education bill dealing with everything from funding for high-performing universities to school membership in athletic associations was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott.
Florida Teacher Suspended After Quizzing Students On GenderA Florida middle school teacher has been suspended after parents complained she polled students on personal information including their sexual orientation.
Scott Poised To Act On Health, Education BillsIn a final flurry of activity from the legislative session, Gov. Rick Scott this week will take action on heavily debated health, education and tax bills.
Failing Grade? Trial Over Whether Florida Shortchanged Schools Wraps UpJurors heard closing arguments in a potentially far-reaching trial that will determine whether the state is shortchanging public schools.
Gov. Scott Tells Yale: Bring The Ivy League To FloridaFlorida Governor Rick Scott is asking one of America's most prestigious universities to move its campus to the Sunshine State.
Senate Stacks Education Issues In BillThe Senate approved a wide-ranging education bill on a nearly party-line vote Wednesday, sending a laundry list of proposals to the House in the waning days of the legislative session.
Senate Piles Up Education Issues In BillThe Senate approved a wide-ranging education bill on a nearly party-line vote Wednesday, sending a laundry list of proposals to the House in the waning days of the legislative session.
The Redesigned SAT Is Saturday: What You Need To KnowOn Saturday, March 5th, thousands of high school students in South Florida and around the country will take the brand “new” version of the SAT.
Contentious Education Bills Pass HouseRepublicans pushed a trio of contentious education bills through the House on Thursday, with the potential for more divisive measures to come before the legislative session ends next month.
Education Bills Lined Up In HouseThe Florida House could pass a series of education bills this week that range from trying to provide more school choice to families to ensuring children have time for recess.
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.
Current SAT Ends This Week; New One Debuts In MarchStudents across South Florida and the rest of the nation will sit down this weekend, probably squirm and sweat a little bit, as they take the SAT college entrance exam but it'll be the final run for the current version. A new revamped version debuts in March.