Whether you’re an intellectual antiquarian or a comic geek, Miami has a bookstore that is perfect for you.
It’s not often that former Miami mayors write books anyone would want to publish, much less read.
Results from the FCAT reading and writing parts of the test paint a very bad picture for students moving through the Florida school system.
Do you read books? A new Pew Research Center poll says a lot fewer of you do than ever before.
With the added use of computers, iPads and even spell check one may think that handwriting is a thing of the past, but new research points out a correlation between good handwriting and good grades.
It’s going to be a little bit tougher starting next year to pass the Florida Comprehensive Test after the state Board of Education approved a new set of passing scores for the test.
Under a proposed new scoring system, the percentage of students who fail the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) could potentially skyrocket.
A trip to the pediatrician happens quite frequently for parents to help the kids deal with colds and shots; but a local program is helping match pediatricians with a reading curriculum to help kids get a jump start on literacy.
Hundreds of members of Broward churches gathered Thursday night at St. Clement’s Catholic Church in Wilton Manors to call for better reading instruction for elementary school students.