The State Board of Education has decided to once again ask lawmakers for record per-student funding for public schools — with the lion’s share of the increase coming from local taxpayers.
Florida’s top law enforcement agency is still investigating a cyberattack on the state’s testing system with no public explanation as of yet.
The doors don’t open to students until next week, but there is already a lot of action behind the scenes at Walker Elementary School, one of 14 failing elementary schools in Broward which is undergoing a dramatic change as part of a state-mandated effort to fix low-performing campuses.
Florida A&M University President Elmira Mangum is facing criticism from some of the university’s trustees as they evaluated her performance.
Superintendent of Schools Alberto Carvalho is headed to the White House for a national policy discussion on school discipline.
Beginning Wednesday, 130 new laws produced by the Legislature, and signed by Governor Rick Scott, will go into effect.
For the first time, the Obama administration is granting an Indian tribal school flexibility from some of the requirements of the No Child Left Behind education law.
Sometimes students are headed in the wrong direction, and with proper guidance or steering, it’s possible for them to turn a corner and make the grade.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho spoke out Tuesday after Monday’s big news when it comes to testing in South Florida.
A legal challenge to the state’s private-school voucher program has been dismissed.