State Investigating Possible Grad Rate ManipulationAn investigation is underway to determine if some school districts in the state moved students around to improve their graduation rates.
Teaching Trump: Should Teachers Offer Up Their Own Politics?In the age of Trump, when current events are increasingly dominating classroom discussions, there's a debate among educators whether it's appropriate or even ethical for teachers to weigh in with their own political views.
Court: 3rd Graders Who Do Poorly On Reading Tests Can Be Held BackThird graders who do poorly on a state reading test, or ones whose parents "opt out" of them taking the test, can be held back by school districts.
Cursive Sees Revival In Schools Amid Generation Of Typing, TextingCursive writing is making its way back into classrooms across the country amid a generation of students who only know keyboards and texting.
Keys Community College Wants A Name ChangeWith students enrolling in the school's first baccalaureate degree program last month, Florida Keys Community College is moving ahead with seeking a name change.
Higher-Ed Package Headed To Senate FloorThe Florida Senate is poised to approve a major higher-education package that would expand the use of Bright Futures scholarships.
House Plan Would Bolster School Choice ProgramsA wide-ranging House bill would increase the amount of money given to students under the state's de facto school-voucher program.
Senators Seek Solution On School ConstructionHalf of a two-part effort to bridge differences between charter schools and traditional public schools over construction funding was approved Tuesday by a Senate committee.
'Believe In Yourself': Harvard Grads Return To Liberty City School With Message Students from Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood had high hopes on Thursday as they heard from Harvard graduates, who just like them, once sat in classrooms at Miami Northwestern Senior High.
Record Number Apply To Join "Gator Nation"A lot of soon to be high school grads want to be part of the "Gator Nation."
Trump's Controversial Education Secy. Pick Confirmed In Vote Vice President Mike Pence broke a tie in a controversial vote over President Donald Trump's pick for Education Secretary.
Program Helps Pre-K Students "Connect" At Home Orchard Villa Elementary student Christina Lafleur was all smiles Tuesday morning after receiving her very own laptop to take home.

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