Nearly 30 percent of Manatee third-graders could be retained - Education Week

School board association drops out of voucher lawsuit - Education Week

Florida Considers Shifting Building Funds to Charters - Education Week

The majority-Republican House has approved a bill that calls for districts to divert some of the local property-tax money they can raise for construction and maintenance costs to charter schools.

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Miami-Dade Cuts Nearly All End-of-Course Exams - Education Week

The biggest district in Florida has decided to drop all but 10 of the 300 end-of-course exams that used to be a state requirement.

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N.Y.C. Head Start Inspection Sparks Congressional Letter - Education Week

Two House education committee members demand to know why New York City’s Head Start grant was not suspended or revoked after inspections raised concerns about child safety.

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Florida Caps Hours for Student Testing - Education Week

Florida is placing limits on the high-stakes tests that were first expanded by former Gov. Jeb Bush.

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K-12 Print Needs Persist Despite Digital Growth - Education Week

While many educators find benefits to using tech-based instructional materials, they find a mix of digital and print works best for their students.

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States Pitch Changes as They Seek NCLB Waiver Renewals - Education Week

Testing, teacher evaluations, and A-F grading systems are among the issues as states apply for renewal of flexibility under the No Child Left Behind Act.

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School Uniforms Could Earn Fla. Districts More Money - Education Week

Florida districts could earn money if they make elementary and middle school students wear uniforms.

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States Prepare Public for Common-Core Test Results - Education Week

Scores from tests aligned with the new standards are widely expected to be lower than the results of previous assessments, and states want to head off a backlash.

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Districts Ramp Up Efforts to Link Spending, Academic Priorities - Education Week

A still-nascent effort is under way to shift school district budgeting to a multi-year, collaborative process that has finance and academic officials working in tandem.

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Fla. Teachers May Get $10,000 Bonus for High SAT Scores - Education Week

Florida teachers may be eligible for bonuses of up to $10,000 if they scored well on their SAT or ACT college entrance exams, no matter how many years ago they took them.

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US appeals court rules against teachers in evaluation suit - Education Week

Tampa Bay area instructor named Florida Teacher of the Year - Education Week

States in Holding Pattern on ELL Waiver Requests - Education Week

Even though Florida got unprecedented federal flexibility when it comes to English-learners and accountability, a handful of other states have yet to see their requests approved.

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Texas Drownings Highlight Calls for Swim Instruction - Education Week

A spike in the number of children drowning this summer in Dallas County is bolstering calls for water-safety lessons in and out of school.

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Florida to Reward Teachers for High SAT, ACT Scores - Education Week

Florida teachers may be eligible for bonuses of up to $10,000 if they scored well on their SAT or ACT college-entrance exams, no matter how many years ago they took them.

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Court Upholds Linking Test Scores to Evaluations - Education Week

A federal appeals court has upheld a Florida law that requires teacher-performance evaluations to be based in part on student-test scores.

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New school bus routing software brings problems - Education Week

Linking CEOs and Principals Through Florida Partnerships - Education Week

Florida still investigating cyberattack on school testing - Education Week

NCLB Waivers Renewed for Four States - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has approved additional renewals of state flexibility on mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act for Florida, Idaho, Ohio, and South Dakota.

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Students scramble as school districts dumps Wi-Fi - Education Week

State ends investigation into cyberattack on school testing - Education Week

ACLU continues fight for gay-straight club in Florida school - Education Week

Palm Beach asks court to settle charter school tussle - Education Week

Education Commissioner recommends passing scores for test - Education Week

As Bush campaigns, Florida struggles with his schools legacy - Education Week

Parents call for mandatory recess at Polk elementary schools - Education Week

US school board settles over principal hypnotizing students - Education Week

Florida Board Settles Suit Over Principal Hypnotist - Education Week

The families of three high school students who died after being hypnotized by a former principal will receive $200,000 each from a Florida district under a settlement approved last week.

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Florida math scores sink on new national test - Education Week

Florida school district Oks $2M for injured football player - Education Week

Florida Gov. taps attorney and friend for education board - Education Week

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