Just in time for the start of school Monday, the Broward County Health Department is offering another chance for you to meet the state’s school immunization requirements.
Back-to-school shopping, the second-biggest retail season of the year, is tax-free this weekend and shoppers are taking advantage before it ends at midnight.
A local non-profit and a uniform store teamed up Friday to supply Miami adoptive and foster kids with free school uniforms.
Less 48 hours after Gerard Robinson abruptly resigned, the State Board of Education named the education commissioner’s short-term replacement.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
Money to repair and update schools in Miami-Dade may be on the November ballot.
The good news: Florida’s students are working hard, and as a result, few schools needed grade improvements.
Referring to the FCAT on Friday, Governor Rick Scott was clear: “I think it’s going to change a lot.”
Legislation that would give parents more ability to determine how to make over a failing school was rammed through a Senate committee on Saturday, a likely preview of a contentious floor fight over charter schools, unions and parental support.
The Florida House has approved a controversial Charter School bill after stripping a provision that would have raided the building funds of school districts to help par for charter school expansion, a move superintendents called a potential disaster.