Florida Dept. Of Education Makes Slight Grade ChangesThe good news: Florida's students are working hard, and as a result, few schools needed grade improvements.
Fewer "A" Rated Florida Schools In 2012 Fewer elementary, middle and combination schools received an "A" received an "A" for the 2011 - 2012 school year due to tougher grading standards.
Algebra 1 End-Of-Course Exams Get Mixed Results In S. Fla. Fifty-nine percent of Florida students who took the state's new Algebra exam passed the test that many will need to earn a diploma, according to results released Friday morning.
Florida Releases Third Grade FCAT ScoresThe 2012 FCAT scores are out for Florida third-graders in reading and math, and thanks to revised exams and a tougher scoring system, the scores are predictably low.
Fla. DOE Launches FCAT Call Center, Parent WebsitesThe state Department of Education has launched a new campaign to give parents more information about the new, tougher version of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test and other education issues.
Carol City Teacher A Finalist For Macys Teacher Of The Year Award A Miami-Dade County Public School teacher was in for a pleasant surprise on Friday that started with a fire alarm.
Fla. Superintendents Fail Proposed School Grading ChangesA new grading formula could mean more "F's" for South Florida schools.
State Gives "A" Grades To Broward, Monroe Schools; Miami-Dade Gets A "B"The grades are out for Florida's school districts, and in South Florida, the only districts to get an A report card are Broward and Monroe County. Miami-Dade was rated B, among 23 districts to get that score in results released Monday by the Florida Department of Education.

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