State's Board Of Education Approves Historic Budget PlanBacking a pledge made by Gov. Rick Scott, the Florida Board of Education has approved a proposed 2015-16 budget that includes record per-student funding for public schools.
Lawmakers Consider How To Implement Education ReformsEducation will be at the forefront of the new legislative session this month.
Over 19,000 Comments Received On Common Core StandardsMore than 19,000 comments and suggestions have been submitted to the Florida Department of Education during the month-long review of the Common Core Standards for schools.
Board Votes To Keep School Grade Safety Net A controversial safety net put in place to keep Florida’s schools from dropping by more than one letter grade at a time will stay – for now.
Fla. Rep. Files Bill Aimed At Ending Common CoreIn the wake of conservative complaints that the nationwide "common core" standards could be the first step toward a federal takeover of schools, a Republican lawmaker has filed a bill meant to stop the initiative in Florida.
FL Education Summit Planned For Next Week Florida Governor Rick Scott will assemble education leaders for a summit next week to give the in-flux school system some direction, the governor's office announced Thursday.
Florida Picks Interim Schools Chief After Resignation Following the abrupt resignation of Tony Bennett, the education commissioner amidst a scandal that ultimately questioned his integrity, Florida’s Board of Education has picked a top state education official to fill in.
State Releases School Grades FridayThe Florida Board of Education released grades for most of the state's public schools Friday, but only after the scores underwent a last-minute overhaul.
Education Commissioner Proposes Tweak To School Grading SystemChanges may be coming to the way your child's school is graded.
Gov. Scott Touts Teacher Raise To School BoardGov. Rick Scott has sent a message to the state Board of Education about the importance of his proposed pay raise teachers.
Final Set Of FCAT 2.0 Scores Reveal Tougher Scoring StandardAs the school year comes to a close, the final set of scores from this year's Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test were released Tuesday and state education officials said the scores are better than they expected but South Florida numbers were lower than the state average in most cases.