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- Florida Republican Party Ads Praise Gov. Scott?s Education Record
- Crist: ?Teachers Are Smart And Cannot Be Bought?
- Recording: K12 Managers Admit Difficulties Hiring Certified Teachers In Florida
Floridas charter school movement has grown into $400-million-a-year powerhouse backed by real-estate developers and promoted by politicians, but with little oversight.
Fourth-graders excelled in this year’s writing test, but the good news came with some caveats.
A rededication ceremony was held Friday, May 10, for the Brucie Ball Educational Center in Miami. Brucie Ball, who had been the assistant superintendent of the Office of Special Education and Psychological Services, passed away in 2008. The former Merrick Educational Center was renamed at a School Board meeting on March 13 in recognition of Ball’s efforts in special education.
Students from DASH and Ransom Everglades were selected as the state’s top youth volunteers.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Lesbian, 18, rejects plea deal that would have kept her off sex-offenders registry; case headed to trial
A lesbian, 18, rejects a plea deal after being charged with having sex with a younger schoolmate.
Search for your school's standardized test results in this database, containing 2013 FCAT scores for third-grade reading and math, and fourth- eighth- and 10th-grade writing. The "% passing" is the percentage of students who scored at Level 3 (3.5 in writing) or higher.
The school was recognized for its Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award program, which rewards acts of kindness by students.
SILVER KNIGHTS 2013
Top-achieving high school students from Miami-Dade and Broward were honored at Wednesdays Silver Knight awards.
Ian Moffett, a Miami-Dade Schools police veteran who left in 2009 to become a police major in Miami, will return as the next schools police chief.
A divided Village Council agreed to settle a lawsuit stemming from the council’s 2011 rejection of a proposed charter school.
Miami-Dade Schools is expanding the Cambridge Program during the next three years to 70 new schools.