Teacher's Union Loses Legal Battle In Voucher FightFlorida's teacher union has lost another round in its fight against the state's largest private school voucher program.
State Voucher Program Back Before CourtA contentious legal battle over the state's largest private school voucher program is back in an appeals court.
Judge Tosses Challenge To School Voucher ProgramA legal challenge to the state's private-school voucher program has been dismissed.
Groups Suing Over School Voucher SystemA coalition of teachers groups and individuals have filed a suit to have the state de facto school-vouchers program that serves tens of thousands of children declared unconstitutional.
Gov. Scott Signs Off On Voucher ExpansionGov. Rick Scott signed a controversial expansion of eligibility for the state's de facto school-voucher system and 57 other bills Friday, nearly completing the work of deciding which measures from the spring legislative session to approve.
Vouchers Back In Play In Florida SenateAn 11th-hour amendment could revive legislation dealing with the state's de facto voucher system, boosting the chances for one of House Speaker Will Weatherford's priorities after it was left for dead.
Scott Signs Bill Increasing School VouchersA measure that would raise the cap on the state's voucher system, funded by tax credits to corporations who contribute to scholarship funds, was approved Friday by Gov. Rick Scott.
School Voucher Bill Clears Senate CommitteeA bill that would allow more than 6,000 additional students to use a state-backed voucher program has cleared another hurdle.
Charter Schools, Vouchers Get Big Legislature SupportThe Florida House and Senate approved a number of bills Monday to expand virtual schools and voucher programs, potentially siphoning more students away from traditional public schools.