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HEY, HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS. DON’T FORGET FLORIDA’S LANGUAGE ARTS TEST

The state hasn’t waived that graduation requirement.

From Tampa Bay Times

 

TEACHER DEPARTURES LEAVE SCHOOLS SCRAMBLING FOR SUBSTITUTES 

From FLAPOL

By Associated Press on September 13, 2020

With many teachers opting out of returning to the classroom because of the coronavirus, schools around the U.S. are scrambling to find replacements and in some places lowering certification requirements to help get substitutes in the door. READ MORE

 

FOR SAFETY'S SAKE, IF SCHOOLS MUST REOPEN, DO THE FOLLOWING AT A MINIMUM 

From EducationDive   Sept. 3, 2020

By Gerard Bossard and Douglas Rothman

Gerard Bossard is a public high school teacher and freelance writer. Douglas Rothman is a professor of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering at Yale University. He is performing research on COVID-19.

This opinion piece, authored by a high school teacher and a Yale University professor, offers some very informed opinions about factors to be considered when reopening schools. READ MORE

 

USDA EXTENDS FREE MEALS FOR KIDS THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2020 

USDA Washington, DC, August 31, 2020

Today, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will extend several flexibilities through as late as December 31, 2020. READ MORE

 

GOV. DESANTIS EXTENDS SAT AND ACT DEADLINE FOR BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP

From FLAPOL
By Renzo Downey September 1, 2020

DeSantis is giving recently-graduated high school seniors a second chance to achieve a qualifying SAT or ACT score for a Bright Futures scholarship because of the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE

 
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