Florida Teachers To Benefit From Cut In FeesThe Florida State Board of Education announced Tuesday a cut in fees for state educators.
Short Supply Of Science, English & Math Teachers In FloridaThe State Board of Education is expected Wednesday to approve a report that details a shortage of certified science, English and math teachers in Florida’s public schools.
Most Public School Teachers Earned 'Effective' Evaluations Last YearMost of Florida's public school teachers earned solid evaluations.
Court To Hear Arguments In Teacher Evaluation CaseA federal appeals court is expected to hear arguments in the battle on the constitutionality of a system which tied teacher evaluations to student performance in Florida.
Teachers Groups Sue Over Performance EvaluationsA coalition of teachers unions have filed suit against the state and three local school boards over the planned performance evaluation that will assign grades to Florida’s teachers.
Florida Gets "B-" For Teacher Prep ProgramsFlorida has received one of the top grades in the nation from a research and policy group for its programs which prepare teachers for the classroom.
Miami Gardens Man Is Finalist For National Teacher AwardFor the fourth year in a row, the Florida Department of Education/Macy's Teacher of the Year is a contender for the National Teacher of the Year award.
Fla. Teachers Perform Well In New EvaluationsFlorida’s students may be behind in test scores nationally, but roughly 97 percent of teachers were rated as “effective” or “highly effective” under a new value-added model.
Statewide Protests Mark Legislature's StartTuesday may become known as the beginning of the protests. Thirty-two of them were held across Florida Tuesday, including downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale, as the Florida legislature began its session.