Education

Florida Coastal School Of Law Sued By Its Former President

Oct 2, 2018
Via The Jacksonville Daily Record

The former president of Florida Coastal School of Law is suing the school, alleging wrongful termination and unpaid compensation.

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A federal appeals court has heard arguments in a public prayer case involving the 2015 state high school football championship between University Christian in Jacksonville and Cambridge Christian in Tampa.

UCF's Improper Spending Triggers Scrutiny At Florida's Other Universities

Sep 28, 2018
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Following the revelation that the University of Central Florida improperly used operating funds to construct a campus building, the Florida Board of Governors is asking all universities to review projects built over the last decade and report on how they were funded.

River City Science Academy

Jacksonville will commend and celebrate talented young scientists from River City Science Academy (RCSA) at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

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Clay County’s school district has launched a Bullying Hotline.

Pinellas County Public Schools

The Duval County School District will show students videos teaching them what to do if a shooter were to come on campus. The videos are meant to help prepare students and staff before state-required active assailant drills later this month.

High School Football Games Rescheduled After Triple Shooting After Raines Game

Aug 28, 2018
News4Jax

Duval County Public Schools will be changing the dates and times of about a dozen high-profile high school football games in the wake of Friday night's triple shooting after a football game at Raines High School.

Duval School Officials Surprised By Cost Of JSO Police Protection

Aug 23, 2018
Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

Duval school officials said they were caught off guard by city and police officials’ plans to charge the district for the full overtime costs of providing police officers to elementary schools.

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A Jacksonville private school's dress code policy was described as discriminatory by a mother who said her 8-year-old son was forced to cut his hair in order to attend class.

Alan Diaz / Associated Press

With Florida’s back-to-school sales tax holiday now underway, some retailers may face an enthusiasm dip as laptops and other electronics are not on the discount menu.

Kevin Meerschaert / WJCT News

Dr. Diana Greene has been on the job for a month now as Duval County's new superintendent, coming to Jacksonville after a stint leading the school system in Manatee County, Florida.

Art, Music, PE Spared From Duval Schools Budget Axe

Jul 25, 2018
Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Duval County’s art, music and physical education teachers will be spared from budget cuts as students  prepare to head back to school next month.

State Education Board Signs Off On 'Hope' Scholarships Rule

Jul 19, 2018
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The Florida Board of Education has unanimously approved a rule to help move forward with a controversial new program that will let bullied students transfer to private schools.

St. Johns County School District

As students and teachers get ready for school to start, St. Johns County is gearing up for the many volunteers who will be helping out this year.

Shine Wants Interim Superintendent To Rescind Relatives’ Promotions

Jun 7, 2018
Duval County School District

A Duval County School Board member Wednesday asked outgoing Superintendent Patricia Willis to rescind the promotion of her son to a principal’s job and her niece’s move to head a middle school.

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