Florida Schools Can Cut Back Year By 2 Days Due To StormFlorida schools forced to close due to Hurricane Irma can trim their academic calendar by two days.
Parents Anxious To Get Their Kids Back To SchoolPower outages, no routines and lots of cabin fever. It's been a very long week after Hurricane Irma.
Schools Serve Hungry Families Ahead Of Targeted Monday OpeningsIn schools across Miami-Dade and Broward, with the United Way's help, parents, kids and residents got a hot lunch Friday, many for the first time since Irma turned out the lights.
"No School Through Friday" In Broward & Miami-DadeThe earliest Miami-Dade County schools will reopen for students is Monday, according to Miami-Dade County Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
Catholic Schools Will Release Early Monday For Solar EclipseThe first day of school for South Florida Catholic school students will be shortened due to Monday’s solar eclipse.
Senators Seek Solution On School ConstructionHalf of a two-part effort to bridge differences between charter schools and traditional public schools over construction funding was approved Tuesday by a Senate committee.
New Bill Could Mandate Florida Schools To Hold RecessExercise is extremely important for growing children, especially in an age when childhood obesity is at an all-time high.
Dade, Broward Schools Open Wednesday Amid Hurricane Matthew PrepsWith Hurricane Matthew looming near Florida, schools in Broward and Miami-Dade counties are making preparations but not cancelling school Wednesday.
Student Stabbed At Royal Palm Beach High SchoolAuthorities are investigating a stabbing at a Palm Beach high school Wednesday.
Trial To Determine If Florida Shortchanging Public SchoolsA trial underway in Tallahassee will determine if Florida is shortchanging its public schools.
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.
Gov. Scott Signs Bill To Limit Standardized TestsGov. Rick Scott on Tuesday signed a wide-ranging bill aimed at rolling back the number of tests given to public school students, capping off a discussion that saw Florida Republicans ease back at least slightly on a longstanding principle of the state's education-reform movement.