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Keyword: Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran
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The approval came after months of delays. Florida and other states were supposed to submit a COVID plan for schools by June 7th, but Florida didn’t get its plan in until October 6th... well into the new school year. more
The new rules accords sole discretion to parents in choosing to quarantine their children after an exposure to COVID-19 By John Haughey, The Center Square The DeSantis administration has opened … more
Parents from Orange County included in the lawsuit By John Haughey, The Center Square Leon County Circuit Judge John Cooper on Thursday will hear Florida’s arguments on why he should toss a … more
Critical race theory surmises that racism is embedded within American society and institutions By John Haughey | The Center Square The State Board of Education (BOE) on June 10 will ponder a … more
By Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix Families and educators every year prepare their students for key state exams. What they might not know, is that federal education law requires that 95 percent … more
From Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix Florida school districts will be given more time to schedule crucial state exams during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new emergency order from state … more
The FDOH’s update from Nov. 8-14 reported 3,146 new COVID-19 cases in Florida schools – 2,397 K-12 students, 209 teachers, 109 staff and 314 “other” cases; and 749 cases among students, … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida earned the nation’s third-highest score in K-12 student achievement, but because the state ranked 41st in school financing, its education system got a … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida’s largest teachers union, the superintendent of the state’s second-largest school district and congressional Democrats are raising alarms about … more
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