Florida Releases A-To-F Grades For More Than 3,200 SchoolsFlorida released school grades based on a new high-stakes test given about a year ago.
Broward Schools' Runcie Named Superintendent Of The YearBroward's Robert Runcie was named 2016 Florida's Superintendent of the Year at a meeting in Tampa Wednesday that included the Florida School Boards Association.
Focus On South Florida: Thanksgiving Trot & Paddle 2015The 5th annual Thanksgiving Trot & Paddle event will be held this year on Thanksgiving morning.
Captain Brings His 'Flying Classroom' To BrowardCaptain Barrington Irving arrived at Royal Palm Elementary School in Lauderhill the only way he knows how - by air.
Some Broward Students Happy To Start New School YearAfter a summer off, students across Broward were packing cars and buses for the first day of the school year.
Failing School To Shine Bright On First Day Of Class In Fort LauderdaleThe doors don’t open to students until next week, but there is already a lot of action behind the scenes at Walker Elementary School, one of 14 failing elementary schools in Broward which is undergoing a dramatic change as part of a state-mandated effort to fix low-performing campuses.
Facing South Florida: Back-to-School With the SuperintendentsNatalia Zea sits down for extended one-one interviews with Miami-Dade Schools Supt. Alberto Carvalho and Broward Schools Supt. Robert Runcie.
Stranahan High Community Demands Fixes To "Embarrassing" ProblemsParents, teachers and students gathered at Stranahan High School in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday to make their voices heard about the state of one of the Broward's oldest high schools.
Dad Outraged Over Teacher's Alleged Racist Comments To SonThe father of a high school student is pressing for a French teacher’s suspension or firing after she reportedly called his son a “rag-head Taliban.”
New School Year Brings Some Changes For South Florida Students Bells will sound Monday morning, ringing in the first day of the 2014-2015 school year.
Taxpayers Weigh-In On Broward School Bond Spending Plan Voters in Broward County will decide if $800,000 bond issue will go to fix county schools in-need of repairs.
Broward School In Need Of Makeover Wants Voter Approval For $800M School Bond IssueThe Broward School District is asking voters to approve an $800 million bond issue in November for repairs, renovations and technology upgrades at public schools.