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State: Florida school grades released: 'A' grades increase, number of ’F’ schools declines in 2018-19 ratings
Florida’s public schools earned more As and Bs and fewer Cs, Ds and Fs in 2019 as the state released its annual school report card Thursday, touting “monumental improvement." Compared with last year, the school grades were higher, with 63 percent earning As or Bs and more than 80 percent of F-rated schools in 2018 improving their marks this year, according to the Florida Department of Education.
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National: In 2019, getting a private school education could cost you more than $1.3 million dollars
According to a survey released by the National Center for Education Statistics, the United States spent around $668 billion on public education in 2015. While it's unclear how much is spent overall on private schools, data released by The Princeton Review puts the average private school tuition for lower school students at $9,638 per year and $14,522 per year for high schoolers. High schools, lower schools, and even nurseries now cost more than many universities.
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State: Teachers Push for Books With More Diversity, Fewer Stereotypes
For decades, children's books in school libraries and classrooms have overwhelmingly featured white faces. And as the U.S. school-age population grows more diverse, students of color are less likely than white students to see books with characters that look like them or share their cultural background. Some educators and children's book authors are trying to change that. Nonprofits like We Need Diverse Books advocate for children's literature that better reflects the experiences of all young readers
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State: Should teachers carry guns? 
Okeechobee School District board members are considering whether to expand the school guardian program to permit classroom teachers to carry firearms. During the build up to approving the original guardian program last year, the Okeechobee school district published a survey seeking opinions from the community on the matter. The majority of the feedback from that survey was in favor of implementing the program in Okeechobee schools. But school board chairperson Jill Holcomb expressed a desire to check back with the community on the issues of expanding the program, since the original survey only dealt with arming non-instructional staff and not teachers. The school district currently has a new survey online and is seeking feedback from the community. The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Guardianprogram

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