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By John Haughey | The Center Square With parents of struggling students enrolled in online programs being urged by state and local educators to return to in-person classes, Florida’s K-12 … more
From Staff Reports and Orange County Public Schools Newsroom In non-pandemic times, supportive family and faculty members would fill a school’s performing art center or cafetorium to hear … more
From The Hustle It’s a rough time to be in college PR. For schools that have returned to in-person classes, every day seems to bring new headlines about COVID-19 outbreaks. … more
By Whitney Soule, Sr Vice President, Dean of Admissions & Student Aid, Bowdoin College The coronavirus pandemic has intensified college application anxiety. I make this observation as an … more
From the Orange County Public School (OCPS) Newsroom Under an umbrella to shelter from the rain, Superintendent Barbara Jenkins greeted students at Winter Park High School last Friday on the … more
Creative videos were made by six OCPS teachers, used for summer enrichment, and will continue throughout the school year, with new, accessible videos uploaded monthly From the OCPS Newsroom … more
Until the FL-DOE standards and protocols for dealing with outbreaks are developed, FL Education Commissioner Corcoran suggested districts should quarantine only portions of classes or students who … more
From the Florida Department of Health in Orange County This Friday, in-person learning at Orange County schools will begin. The Florida Department of Health in Orange County encourages everyone … more
By Phyllis Sharps, Professor of Nursing, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Lucine Francis, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing The first U.S. … more
From The Hustle It’s a matter of pods and pod-nots. Jason Calacanis, a tech investor in the Bay Area, tweeted that he’s hiring a teacher to lead a microschool of up to 7 kids … more
From the St. Johns River Water Management District Teachers have until September 4 to apply for 2020-2021 Blue School Grant funds from the St. Johns River Water Management District Now … more
Just this week, Governor DeSantis announced he'd allow districts to make their own decisions in regards to reopening and would be fine with delaying start dates by a couple of weeks. But that's not … more
“Kids are carriers. We’ve known that about flu and every other infection. They may suffer less, but our primary concern is the risk of introducing the virus to at-risk family members at home. The … more
By Sarah Johnson Being physically active is important for students’ health. Those who participate in college athletics may not care about it as they already are in the habit, but others must … more
Focus on History From The Hustle Think Zoom schooling sounds novel? Seven decades ago, America was experimenting with a different sort of remote classroom. In … more
Beginning July 1, Florida will ascend from 46th in the nation in base teacher salary to fifth, according to the National Education Association’s (NEA) annual ranking By John Haughey | The … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida TaxWatch (FTW) is recommending Gov. Ron DeSantis delays raising teachers and state employees salaries to save the state $700 million next fiscal year. … more
From CareerSource Central Florida CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is calling on youth, ages 15-19, to now apply to join the Explore and Accelerate tracks for its 2020 Summer Youth Program … more
District’s Blue School Grant Program accepting applications June 1–Sept. 4 From the St. Johns River Water Management District Now entering the fifth year of its Blue School Grant … more
From the Office of State Senator Randolph Bracy (D-Ocoee), District 11 As a former educator, Senator Randolph Bracy has never stopped using his first-hand experience to diligently fight for … more
Beyond the physical benefits you'll gain from exercising at home, more exercise is known to be effective in keeping your mental health strong and resilient. more
By Self-Help Credit Union Self-Help Credit Union , located at 667 West Orange Blossom Trail in Apopka, is offering a $1,000 scholarship to a local student who demonstrates a commitment to … more
With the rapid technological progress and global digitalization, cybersecurity awareness has been emerging as well. Today, a regular person spends an entire day on the Internet each week. We use the … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Gov. Ron DeSantis’ fiscal 2021 budget includes his $900 million request to raise state starting teacher salaries to $47,500 and dramatically refashion the … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared 2021 will be "The Year of the Teacher" but on Monday, an estimated 10,000 Florida teachers amended the governor’s declaration … more
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