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LATEST NEWS

  • Polk County School District dealing with more than 100 teacher vacancies as new school year begins

    Just two days before the start of a new school year, the Polk County School District is still looking for more than 100 teachers.

  • Duval County school district reassigns nearly 40 teachers just before start of year

    Several dozen Duval teachers learned Friday they won't be going back to their assigned schools Monday. Instead, the 35 teachers in eight "turnaround" schools got new, last-minute assignments to different schools or they were put onto the district's "surplus" list, a kind of waiting list to receive a new job assignment.
  • Pinellas School Board hashes out the details about joining lawsuit against HB 7069

    It was the end of a long workshop, and Pinellas County school superintendent Mike Grego had something to say about HB 7069, the controversial education bill loathed by many school districts.

  • Florida Department of Education seeks full dismissal of third-grade retention suitFlorida Department of Education seeks full dismissal of third-grade retention suit

    With the refusal to act by the Florida Supreme Court, parents' lawsuit against several school districts over the implementation of the state's third-grade retention law evaporated. They'd have to refile in local courts to challenge the county districts.

 

 

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