More than 200,000 students should have received their money as of Thursday, Manny Diaz said Tampa Bay Times | By Jeffrey S. Solochek | September 28, 2023 Confronted by parents

Florida Phoenix | By Christian Casale | September 28, 2023 As a “right-to-work” state, Florida’s Constitution says that the “right of persons to work shall not be denied or

Orlando Sentinel | By Lawrence Mower | September 27, 2023 TALLAHASSEE — After Gov. Ron DeSantis’ education department was accused of steering a multimillion-dollar contract to a politically connected

Tallahassee Democrat | By Douglas Soule | September 28, 2023 A Southwest Florida school district has removed books with LGBTQ characters and themes from its elementary and middle school libraries. A training

A Common Sense Media study found students were most likely to turn to social media, YouTube and gaming on their phones during the school day. K-12 Dive | By Anna Merod |

Insider | By Kelly Burch | September 27, 2023 Many schools in the US operate from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The schedule is historic but doesn't meet the needs

WUSF | By Kerry Sheridan | September 28, 2023 Florida approved Ramsey's textbook, just as a new state law came into effect requiring a financial literacy course in order

The Washington Times | By Sean Salai | September 28, 2023 A network of conservative private investors and state legislators has ranked Florida as the best state, and Massachusetts

Funds are slowly released as an overwhelmed system tries to handle the major expansion approved by state lawmakers. Tampa Bay Times | By Jeffrey S. Solochek | September 26,