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Bright Futures Test Deadline Is Here For Recent Florida High School GradsToday, December 1st, is the qualification deadline for recent high-school graduates to meet SAT or ACT test-score requirements to qualify for Bright Futures scholarships.
Florida Schools To Remain Open In Spring As DeSantis Calls Closures 'Biggest Public Health Blunder In Modern American History'Gov. Ron DeSantis doubled down on his opposition to school closures on Monday by announcing Florida’s public schools will continue in-person learning through the spring semester, and parents will be notified and encouraged to send their children to in-person instruction if the student is not performing well with virtual instruction. However, parents can opt-out, allowing their child to remain virtual.
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Florida Board Of Governors Pushed To Drop ACT/SAT Scores In Admission RequirementHundreds of colleges across the country have made the SAT and ACT optional for applicants due to the coronavirus pandemic and now there’s a push to make Florida universities follow suit.
Florida Bright Futures Test Deadline ExtendedFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended the deadline for recent high-school graduates to meet SAT or ACT test-score requirements to qualify for Bright Futures scholarships until December 1, 2020. qualify for Bright Futures scholarships.
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'External Connectivity Issues' Caused Problems On First Day Of Online School In Miami-DadeIt was back to school for Miami-Dade, but students and teachers encountered some connectivity issues on this first day of online learning.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Trump Adviser Scott Atlas Tout Schools ReopeningWith students returning to classrooms throughout most of the state, Gov. Ron DeSantis and an adviser to President Donald Trump on Monday tried to bolster support for offering in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Rushing Into A Bad Decision Is Far Worse Than Being Cautious': Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto CarvalhoMiami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho reacts to the new CDC guidelines that favor the opening of schools, saying children don’t suffer much from coronavirus, are less likely than adults to spread it and suffer from being out of school.
New International Students Face In-Person RequirementU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Friday that newly enrolled international students won’t be allowed to enter the U.S. if their fall courses are taught entirely online.
Miami-Dade Could Start School Year Late As Gov. Ron DeSantis Says 'Have At It' To Districts Who Want To Delay OpeningMiami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is reiterating his belief that it would not be appropriate for students to return to campus for in class learning right now and it seems Gov. Ron DeSantis agrees.