Judge Rejects Sweeping Challenge To Education SystemA Leon County judge Tuesday rejected a wide-ranging challenge to the state's education system, saying lawmakers had met their constitutional obligation to provide a free, high-quality public education for Florida students.
Former Florida Gov. Bush Returning To Leadership Role At Education FoundationMonths after dropping out of the presidential race, Jeb Bush is returning to a leadership role in the education foundation he created.
Scott Gathers Business, Education Leaders To Discuss Higher EdGov. Rick Scott created the invitation-only "Degrees to Jobs Summit" to put university and college presidents and trustees in talks with the business community.
Voucher Opponents Ask To Have Suit ReinstatedLawyers for opponents of the state's de facto school-voucher program asked an appeals court Tuesday to reinstate a lawsuit against the system.
Most Public School Teachers Earned 'Effective' Evaluations Last YearMost of Florida's public school teachers earned solid evaluations.
Bill Would Allow Students To Take Computer Coding As LanguageComputer coding could be the next option for students wanting to take a language class.
FIU Students Walk On Water For ScholarshipsA group of Florida International University students took their talents to the water by trying to walk on it.
FIU Students Attempt To Walk On Water In Annual CompetitionFlorida International University students will take their talents to the water by trying to walk on it.
Florida Students Shine On Math, Reading Report Card Florida's report card for reading and math is in.
Florida's Teacher Union Appeals Ruling In Voucher LawsuitFlorida's teacher union is appealing a ruling in a lawsuit that challenges the state's private school voucher program.
Florida Schools Chief To Lead New York Education Dept.A Florida school superintendent will lead New York's education department.
Study Looks At Effectiveness Of Virtual Schooling In FloridaVirtual schooling in Florida will come under the proverbial microscope now that the U.S. Department of Education has approved a $1.6 million three-year study of its effectiveness.