Florida Department of Education
After a calamitous day one, followed by two days of throwing up their hands, South Florida school districts – Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach – will hold their breaths and try again tomorrow to boot up a standardized testing system that bombed out of the gates.
Florida International University has received a $2 million grant to use robots to teach science, technology, engineering and math to middle school students.
An appeals court Friday upheld a controversial law more closely tying teachers’ pay to how well students do on tests, ruling that the Legislature didn’t give too much leeway to the Florida Department of Education to decide how to implement the measure.
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) ruled Miami-Dade County’s School Board unlawfully retaliated against school employees involved in a charter school conversion.
A civil rights group is calling for a federal investigation into single-gender classes in three Florida counties.
One Florida art teacher nabbed the title of Florida’s 2015 Teacher of the Year on Thursday.
A ruling against the Miami-Dade County Public School District was the first-ever ruling under Florida statutes, written specifically to prevent school districts from taking “unlawful reprisals” against employees who support charter school conversions.
An outdated accounting system is forcing Florida to delay payments to schools and healthcare providers.
The results are in for Florida’s Comprehensive Assessment Test also known as the FCAT.
A dramatically narrowed version of legislation aimed at helping charter schools get started and expand was approved by the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday.