ACT

Students’ Scores Inch Up on ACT Exam

By Catherine Gewertz, Education Week  |  Students performed slightly better on the ACT this year than they did last year, and Hispanic students notched a...
financial aid

Students to See Financial Aid Expansion

By LLOYD DUNKELBERGER, The News Service of Florida  |  THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE--  As Florida students return to universities and state colleges this month for...
virtual school

Florida Virtual School Still Accepting Enrollments K-12

Florida Virtual School Full Time (FLVS Full Time), a statewide online public school, is still accepting enrollments for grades Kindergarten-12 for the 2017-18 school...
Betsy DeVos

What Has Betsy DeVos Actually Done After Nearly Six Months in Office?

By Alyson Klein  |  When U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came into office, many in the education community were terrified the billionaire school choice...
legal docs and records

Need a Public Document?

Need a public document or record, but not sure how to go about getting it?  The beautiful thing about Florida’s Sunshine laws is that...

NNPA Hosts National Black Parents Town Hall

In an on-going effort to increase awareness about the “Every Student Succeeds Act” (ESSA) in the Black community, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA)...
qualifications system for graduation

Making Graduation Meaningful: A Real Qualifications System for U.S. Students

One of many features of high performing education systems is a qualifications system.  A qualifications system defines key gateways, the same for all students,...
GenForward

Young Adults Pessimistic About Direction of Nation, Energized About Politics

CHICAGO, March 18, 2017—A new GenForward survey released today shows that about 70 percent of African American, Asian American, and Latino/a young adults disapprove of Donald Trump’s first...
parents right to name child

Should parents be forced to give children their last name(s)?

The New York Times has reported that in the stte of Georgia, a husband and wife have sued to have the right to give...

Florida’s New Standardized Exams Fail First Test

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida's new system for standardized testing of public school students so far gets a failing grade. The computerized exams, known as the...
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