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CHARTER SCHOOL BILL DRAWS RARE BIPARTISANSHIP IN HOUSE PANEL

From Florida Politics
By Renzo Downey       December 1, 2021

The bill is a response to the near-closure of four Hillsborough County charter schools.
Lawmakers are starting to take action on a bill to put guardrails on how charter schools are renewed. READ MORE

 

 

A NEW KIND OF CHARTER SCHOOL JUST LAUNCHED IN HILLSBOROUGH.
A LOOK INSIDE

From Tampa Bay Times
By Marlene Sokol     November 16, 2021

With two area campuses and another on the way, the IDEA charter group is giving traditional public schools a run for their money. READ MORE

 

BUILD SELF-CARE SKILLS INTO TEACHER PREP PROGRAMS
TO RAISE RETENTION

From K-12 DIVE
By Shawna De La Rosa   November 16, 2021

Teacher prep programs must prepare prospective educators with more than classroom knowledge for long-term success, equipping them also with self-preservation and self-care skills...read more

 

INCENTIVES, MORALE BOOSTERS CRUCIAL TO CURB K-12 TEACHER,
OTHER WORKFORCE SHORTAGES

From K-12 DIVE
By Shawna De La Rosa   November 8, 2021

Higher value must be placed on teachers to improve retention as shortages deepen amid the COVID-19 pandemic...read more

 

GOV. RON DESANTIS ANNOUNCES OVER $1 BILLION IN
EDUCATION BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS

From the Florida Times-Union
By Katherine Lewin     November 10, 2021

Gov. Ron DeSantis announced his office is working on over $1 billion in education budget recommendations for the upcoming fiscal year, during a news conference at Jacksonville Classical Academy Wednesday. READ MORE

 

 
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