Florida gets new school rules on testing, books, bonuses
The key education legislation that passed in Florida this year prompted fierce debate, with most of the disagreements centered on two provisions related to funding for charter schools.
Superintendents object to Florida plan for alternate high school reading, algebra tests
Plans to revise Florida high school student options for key state tests have run into some objections from the state's superintendents.
Laurence Reisman: Improving school grade from F to C involved far more than academics
Cynthia Emerson sat next to an angry-looking student at a picnic table in the empty courtyard of Vero Beach Elementary School. It appeared the principal was trying to console the student.
Superintendent does away with it for elementary schools
Parents of Marion County's 20,000 elementary school students will no longer have to badger their young children to do those worksheets, spelling words and math problems.