Tag: education

Customized education reaps benefits for Jacksonville teen

When Kayla Fudge was a newborn, her mother struggled to take care of her. In swooped Kayla’s great aunt Glendora like a guardian angel. She loved. She nurtured. And she taught. A public school teacher for 14 years, Glendora Jackson-Fudge raised three children of her own before adopting Kayla when[Read More…]

Education needs the ‘tech surge’

Editors’s note: State Sen. John Legg is a Florida certified teacher with more than 10 years of classroom teaching experience. He is also a school administrator and the current chairman of the K-20 Education Policy Committee in the Florida Senate. During the White House’s much-maligned rollout of the Affordable Care Act, President[Read More…]

District-run charter schools? Hmm…

When Florida Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his education agenda last week, he threw out a potentially far-reaching idea: Allowing districts to open their own charter schools. The proposal could address a common complaint among traditional school districts – that federal and state bureaucracies prevent their schools from being as innovative[Read More…]