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  • State releases school grades for elementary, middle

    State releases school grades for elementary, middle
    School grades are out for Florida's elementary and middle schools. The state Department of Education released preliminary school grades Friday morning that showed more schools earned As but more schools also earned Fs. The grades influence property...
  • Justin Amann: Charter school growth siphons resources from public schools

    Being a student leader has been both a blessing and a curse during my tenure in both the K-12 system as well as the post-secondary education world. It has opened my eyes to public education's balancing act of maintaining high-quality programs, paying...
  • Debt hampers Va. college graduates' financial goals

    Joe Blount and his wife Rebekah knew paying for their education would be an investment. The couple have five children, a mortgage and nearly $160,000 in student loan debt between them. Rebekah went back to school at Hampton University to get her...
  • William McFatter, former Broward schools superintendent

    William McFatter, former Broward schools superintendent
    Former Broward Schools Superintendent William McFatter was remembered Thursday as a visionary: a man who helped shape the public school district and always kept the focus on students. McFatter, 88, died of unknown causes on July 2 in northwest Florida....
  • College still worth it although tuition costs rising in Virginia

    College still worth it although tuition costs rising in Virginia
    Hannah Gatens loved college and makes no apologies for getting her degree in communications. She thinks her degree was worth it, even though she's a little disappointed she didn't score a full-time job right after school. The 22-year-old graduated...
  • Who are the likely teams to be playing deep into Sunday at Stellar tournament?

     
    The boys portion of the Stellar basketball tournament begins at 5 p.m. Thursday and 15 games are scheduled for opening night. The 56-team, double-elimination field figures to be quite competitive. Who's likely to still be playing Sunday afternoon and...
  • Broward tech centers are county's new colleges

    Broward tech centers are county's new colleges
    Broward County is now home to three new colleges, sort of. The three vocational schools known as Atlantic, McFatter and Sheridan technical centers have been around for decades. But they're changing their names in hopes of attracting students and respect....
  • Arlington Heights teen with perfect ACT to appear on Jeopardy

     Arlington Heights teen with perfect ACT to appear on Jeopardy
    A Buffalo Grove High School student who aced the ACT this year will be competing on the Jeopardy game show this month. Selena Groh, 17, will appear on an episode of the Jeopardy Teen Tournament on July 22, according to an announcement from the storied...
  • New Smithfield Middle principal, other schools administration officials announced

    Former Westside Elementary Assistant Principal Fred Eng has been tapped to fill the top spot at Smithfield Middle School, following the departure of SMS Principal Jeff Mordica. Eng has been a teacher from the elementary to high school level, including...
  • Pines church organizes Unleashed Mission Camp

    About 160 teens recently took a week out of their summer break to make a difference in the community. During West Pines Community Church's Unleashed Mission Camp, middle and high school students worked on a series of projects. Each of the five days saw...
  • Hollywood students enjoy Ocean STEM Summer Camp

    While many of their classmates are relaxing by the ocean, some Hollywood students spent the early part of their summer learning about it. As part of South Broward High School's marine magnet program, students spent two weeks at the Ocean STEM Summer Camp...