Pineapple Report Breaking News May 26. 2023

1. ‘I See Myself In These Students’ 20,000 Immigrant Children Join Miami-Dade Schools

2. “I Can’t Teach Like This” Florida’s Education Brain Drain Is Hitting Public Schools Hard

3. Alfie Oakes files lawsuit against Collier School Board over superintendent search

4. Amanda Gorman’s Poem For Biden’s Inauguration Banned By Florida School

5. Brevard Cafeteria Manager One Of Five In Florida Named ‘School Lunch Hero’

6. Duval Schools picks deputy superintendent to temporarily fill top job

7. How one Miami high school combines digital transformation with educational goals

8. In Pasco, Referendum Money Means Raises Averaging 9% For Teachers, Staff

9. Largest VW Settlement Payout To Date Brings More Electric Buses To Florida

10. Lee County’s new policy will allow students’ phones to be searched without a warrant

11. Pinellas Bus Drivers Got A Big Raise. Other School Workers Want One, Too.

12. Reducing Childhood Poverty, Increasing 3rd Grade Reading Levels Are Key To Florida’s Economic Future

13. Ron DeSantis Is Running For President. What Will That Mean For K-12 Schools

14. School board member says parents should be able to review educational materials

15. Seven semifinalists were chosen for Broward schools superintendent

16. Top Education Official Defends Decision To Restrict Presidential Inauguration Poem

17. Volusia Schools Looks To Hire 700 Instructors, Support Roles Ahead Of Next Year

18. Which Districts Are Most at Risk If America Breaches the Debt Ceiling

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