January 19, 2022

Education eNews

Florida school assessment tests could be on the way out

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Published on 1/13/2022

Florida's grad rate rises with test rules waived again

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Published on 1/6/2022

2021: The year state officials took charge of Florida education

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Published on 12/30/2021

University system eyes $800 million facilities plan

University system eyes $800 million facilities plan The system’s Board of Governors last month proposed making the funding request amid a discussion about aging buildings. Only Florida Polytechnic University, the... Read more »
Published on 12/23/2021

State college enrollment continues to shrink

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Published on 12/16/2021

The pandemic effect on education in Florida

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Published on 12/9/2021

Florida considers teaching risks, benefits of social media

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Published on 12/2/2021

Florida inches closer to legal battle with feds over school mask penalties

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Published on 11/18/2021

College is unaffordable for many Florida students, but available financial aid is going unused

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Published on 11/11/2021

Virtual school growth spurs debate on funding

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Published on 11/4/2021

Feds threaten action against Florida for fining school districts over masks

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Published on 10/28/2021

Rule change allows football at state colleges

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Published on 10/21/2021

Delaney to become permanent Flagler president

Former University of North Florida President and Jacksonville Mayor John Delaney is set to become the permanent president of Flagler College, after serving as interim president since July. The private... Read more »
Published on 10/14/2021

State Board of Education notifies Brevard School Board that salaries will be withheld

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Published on 10/14/2021

State school boards blast request for federal security aid

TALLAHASSEE --- The organization that represents Florida school boards has “great concern” for the safety of board members and school officials after recent reports of threats, but is rejecting its... Read more »
Published on 10/14/2021

Florida submits plan for final $2.3 billion in school relief

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Published on 10/7/2021

Florida's school mask, quarantine rules draw more criticism

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Published on 9/30/2021

State revamps COVID-19 rule for schools

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Published on 9/23/2021

Gov. DeSantis announces plan to end Florida Standards Assessments

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Published on 9/16/2021

Florida universities shy from stronger COVID rules. They won't say why.

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Published on 9/8/2021

Universities face constraints amid COVID-19 surge

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Published on 9/2/2021

Pandemic changes how future teachers are trained

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Published on 8/26/2021

Florida universities to assume ‘normal, pre-pandemic operations' when fall semesters begin

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Published on 8/18/2021

Many colleges are requiring vaccines and masks this fall. Why aren't Florida's state universities?

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Published on 8/12/2021

Florida universities plan ‘normal' operations amid COVID-19 spike

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Published on 8/5/2021

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Meet the real captain of the Gasparilla pirate ship
Meet the real captain of the Gasparilla pirate ship

Around Tampa Bay, a pirate ship often stands as the area’s symbol, especially for the Jan. 29 Gasparilla Parade of Pirates. Some 300,000 people are expected to swarm Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa to beg the invading pirates for beads and doubloons in a daylong parade.

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