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Hillsborough Students Get Bragging Rights in Assessment of Urban Districts

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is out with the math and reading scores for fourth and eighth graders in the Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA). The first TUDA was offered in 2002 and is given every other year. It assesses the performance of public school students and compares scores for 21 urban districts […]

Florida Districts Get Mixed Results in School Choice Index

The Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings has released its inaugural Education Choice and Competition Index. The interactive web application scores the nation’s 25 largest school districts based on 13 categories. The index focuses on the concept of school choice, which has been popular with Florida Gov. Rick Scott and the Republican-controlled Florida Legislature. […]

Teacher Suspended Over Facebook Post Returns to Work

The Lake County teacher suspended over his Facebook comments critical of a New York law allowing gay marriage is back at work today, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Jerry Buell chairs the social studies department at Mount Dora High School and was the school teacher of the year. Buell was suspended last week when he […]

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