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Educators, families, are waiting on a ‘revised’ emergency order on how FL schools will...

It's been almost a week since Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said he would revise an emergency order on reopening schools to give flexibility to...

USF will keep some undergrad education programs, but changes and cuts are still possible

After weeks of pushback, University of South Florida President Steven Currall announced Friday that the university will “continue offering carefully selected undergraduate degrees in...

Online learning students must take statewide exams in-person at public schools, even during a...

Several months ago, the state sent out a memo alerting administrators that Florida's public school students will resume statewide testing for the 2020-21 academic...
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Biden’s Secretary of Education has yet to be announced. Who is still in the...

A list of contenders to replace U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has been growing, from teacher union officials to urban school superintendents and...

Some parents, teachers, push for online learning next semester; 3,146 new COVID cases related...

With nearly 22,000 COVID-19 cases related to Florida schools since early September, parents and teachers want the state to continue virtual learning programs next...

The often-unsung heroes of education deserve a living wage now

When I taught at Turie T. Small Elementary in Daytona Beach, I would give new teachers a few pieces of advice. They should join...

New FL House Speaker lays out expansive agenda notwithstanding COVID-19

Chris Sprowls, the new Speaker of the Florida House, acknowledged Tuesday that COVID-19 will preoccupy the legislative session this year but nevertheless laid out...
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Palm Beach County schools settle national-origin discrimination complaint with U.S. DOJ

The Palm Beach County School District will pay a $90,000 civil fine and up to $100,000 in back pay to resolve a lawsuit filed...

State offers $57 million from VW “Dieselgate” settlement for clean, electric school buses

School districts in Florida’s most polluted and populous regions are eligible to share $57 million to replace diesel-fueled school buses with clean-running electric ones,...
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FL faculty members calling for action to curb COVID-19; colleges elsewhere are mandating restrictions

College faculty members in Florida are trying to push back on adding more in-person classes on campuses, while college and universities elsewhere in the...

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