Hurricane Ian help, ACT scores drop, FHSAA form changes, mental health resources and more

Around the state: Enrollment help is being offered to families in the wake of Hurricane Ian, a jury began deliberations in the Nikolas Cruz trial, a FHSAA form sparks controversy and leads to changes, ACT scores hit their lowest point in three decades and community leaders participated in National Walk[Read More…]

Florida schools roundup: Class sizes, FSA cut scores and more

Class-size violation: The Pinellas County School District intentionally violated the state’s class-size rules in the 2014-2015 school year, according to an investigation by the┬áDepartment of Education Office of Inspector General. Tampa Bay Times. Florida Education Commissioner Pam Stewart says school districts that used a loophole to avoid the class-size amendment[Read More…]