Class Size Limit Could be Eased In School DistrictsClass size limits could be eased for Florida's schools under a bill that was passed by the Florida House.
Teacher Under Investigation For Using Fake Musket During History LessonOne Osceola County teacher learned the hard way what happens when you bring a toy rifle to school for a history lesson.
‘No Fake Math,’ Raytheon Math Heroes Make Numbers Real For StudentsTeacher support is key to all of these efforts, which is why Raytheon is interested in rewarding educators who go the extra mile to get students excited.
5 Back To School Things Teachers Would Love Your Help WithSeasoned instructors share the essentials for your child's transition back to the classroom.
Middle School Student Accused Of Plotting To Kill 5 Teachers, HimselfA Florida middle school student is accused of plotting to kill five of his teachers and then kill himself.
Gov. Scott On Tour To Promote School Budget, RaiseGov. Rick Scott kicked off a series of visits to Florida public schools Monday to promote the approved budget that includes teacher pay raises as part of a big boost in education spending, a perennially popular issue with voters who will decide in 2014 whether the Republican merits a second term.
Fla. Legislators Approve Plan For Teacher RaisesFlorida's teachers are going to get a pay raise, but it won't be coming until next year.
Fla. Budget Could Focus On Teachers And Health CareFor the first time in six years, state legislators aren't scrambling to figure out how to plug billion dollar shortfalls in the state budget.
Scott Makes Pay Raise Pitch To Fla. School BoardGov. Rick Scott is trying to enlist support from the State Board of Education for giving all Florida teachers a $2,500 pay raise.
Pinellas Teachers Line Up For Concealed Weapons Classes
Scott Wants To Give $2,500 Raise To Fla. Teachers Gov. Rick Scott wants to give a $2,500 across the board pay raise to every full time teacher in the state.
Florida Lawmaker Favors Ending Ban On Guns In Schools The state representative who sponsored the bill that became Florida's "stand your ground" law said Monday that schools would be safer if principals and teachers were allowed to take guns to school.