Education voters this fall won’t forget how Gov. Scott, who’s now running for the U.S. Senate, tried to dismantle public education.
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DeVos’s scheduled Bethune-Cookman University address sparks controversy as students take closer look at her policies.
$70 million federal grant shines spotlight on need for more oversight, accountability for Florida charters
Vanessa Skipper shows students the power of their vote by leading rally to end over-testing in public schools.
A complaint filed by the Florida Education Association shines a spotlight on the discriminatory underpinnings of the state’s deeply flawed new bonus program.
Florida students still stuck in testing morass after state investigation fails to address the crisis.
In addition to draining public schools of valuable resources, legislation may also violate a constitutional requirement.
Voucher expansion bill stands to rob students, public schools of more valuable funding to give to unregulated, unaccountable private/religious schools.
Expansion would funnel more money to unregulated schools and rob public schools, other services of millions of dollars
By Tim Walker When elementary school teacher Kim Cook faced her end-of-the-year evaluation last November, she couldn’t help but feel a little nervous. Maybe she shouldn’t have – after all, a few weeks earlier she was voted teacher of the year by her colleagues and the administration at Irby Elementary in Alachua, Florida. But Cook … Continued