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FSA administrators held accountable for testing problems
...The American Institutes for Research (AIR), the company tasked with administering tests to measure the performance of the state's public school students, teachers and schools, now is being held accountable.

Florida still investigating cyberattack on school testing
With students streaming back into school this month, a big mystery still surrounds Florida's highly scrutinized school testing regimen: Who was responsible for the cyberattack nearly six months ago that caused widespread delays across the state?

DOE to Provide Fla. Educators with $2M in Professional Liability Insurance Coverage
Today, Education Commissioner Pam Stewart announced that, effective August 17, 2015, all full-time instructional personnel are automatically covered by $2 million of educator professional liability insurance.

Board of Education unanimously adopts $20.2 B. budget request
The Florida Board of Education unanimously adopted their legislative budget request for the 2016-17 school year. Education commissioner Pam Stewart, board chair Marva Johnson and other members stressed the "historic" nature of the request, which, if enacted by the Legislature, would represent the highest total and per-pupil funding levels ever.











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