State Seeks Dismissal of Challenge To Education Law
The Florida Department of Education this week asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a controversial law that is expected to boost charter schools.
Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit alleging bias in teacher bonus program
A federal judge has rejected arguments by the Florida Department of Education that he should dismiss a lawsuit challenging the state's controversial "Best and Brightest" teacher-bonus program.
Elected vs. appointed? Florida's superintendent selection process gets a closer look
Much of Kurt Browning's lengthy tenure in public office has focused on Florida residents' voting rights. The vote was his business as Pasco County's elections supervisor, and then as Florida secretary of state. Now as Pasco's superintendent of public schools, Browning finds himself still taking up the issue.
Pinellas superintendent Mike Grego named Florida Superintendent of the Year
Pinellas County school superintendent Mike Grego has been named the 2018 Florida Superintendent of the Year, in part because of his efforts to attack the achievement gap between black and non-black students.