Fmr. Broward Teachers Union Chief Found Guilty Of CorruptionA former teachers union president has been found guilty on several corruption charges.
Deliberations Underway In Trial Of Fmr. Head Of Teachers UnionDeliberations are underway in the case of a former teachers union official facing corruption charges.
Teachers Union Won't Appeal In Voucher Legal FightPointing to discussions with Senate President Andy Gardiner, the state's largest teachers union said Thursday it will stop challenging a 2014 law that included expansion of a voucher-like program that helps send children to private schools.
Privatization Not A Worry For Pembroke Pines TeachersA four long negotiation Tuesday afternoon ended with an agreement between The City of Pembroke Pines and the Broward Teachers Union over whether or not to privatize the city’s financially struggling, but A-rated charter school system.
House Takes Up Bill That Empowers Parents In Failing SchoolsParents who have students in failing schools are close to having a voice in the matter.
Scott Pledging $2 Million For Teacher TrainingGovernor Rick Scott vowed Thursday to add $2 million for a professional grant program that will help train teachers.
Pat Santeramo, Fmr. BTU Chief, Facing Criminal ChargesPat Santeramo, former Broward Teachers Union president, surrendered to Broward County authorities on multiple criminal charges related to his time with the BTU.
Teachers' Union Unique Money-Making SchemeMiami-Dade’s teachers union has come up with a innovative way to raise money for education. Not, it’s not a massive bake sale or car wash.
BTU Chief Pat Santeramo ResignsBroward Teacher’s Union president Pat Santeramo resigned from his position with the BTU and as the vice president of the American Federation of Teachers late Tuesday evening.
New BTU Administrator: "Great Deal Of Work To Be Done"Members of the Broward Teachers Union met their new administrator Tuesday.
New BTU Administrator NamedThe Broward Teachers Union will have a new administrator, at least for the next six months.