DeVos Plans Push For School Choice Amid Opposition From UnionsDonald Trump's pick for education secretary - Betsy DeVos - says a one-size-fits-all model of learning does not work and if confirmed she plans on promoting charter, magnet, religious and other alternatives to public schools.
Know Your Child Care FacilityQuality child care offers healthy, social, and educational experiences under qualified supervision in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment.
Gov. Scott Proposes To Freeze Fees, Extension Of Bright Futures Governor Rick Scott has an ambitious legislative agenda to cap student fees, eliminate sales taxes on textbook purchases and extend the Bright Futures scholarships to summer classes.
Florida University System Wants To Boost Online ClassesThe Florida university system has set an ambitious goal of having the equivalent of 40 percent of its full-time undergraduate students taking online classes by 2025.
VP Joe Biden's Wife To Visit Cuba The wife of Vice President Joe Biden plans on visiting Cuba next month.
Plan Would Extend Bright Futures Into SummerThe state university system's Board of Governors this week will debate expanding the Bright Futures scholarship program to cover summer classes.
Miami-Dade Tests Out School Bus Fleet Ahead Of New Year Miami-Dade County's school bus fleet was put to the test Monday, a week before thousands of students return for the new school year.
Miami Kids Get Help From City For New School YearWith back to school on many parents’ minds, an event in Coconut Grove hosted more than a thousand kids who needed help with preparing for the new school year.
Satanic Temple Eyes Elementary Schools Nationwide The Satanic Temple is eyeing your child's elementary school for its After School Satan" club.
Educators Get Behind The Student Desk To Improve EducationDozens of Miami-Dade County School educators got a day in the classroom – this time to learn, not teach.
Making The Grade: New School Scores Show Less A's & F'sThe Florida Department of Education has released the second round of school grades linked to the high-stakes test that is based primarily on Common Core standards.
Education Fight Looms In Appeals CourtA years-long legal fight about whether Florida is providing an adequate public-education system has moved to the 1st District Court of Appeal.

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