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17 FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS IMPLEMENT RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES FOR SCHOOL PANIC ALARMS AND PARENTAL COMMUNICATIONS

From The Capitolist
by Jordan Kirkland | Oct 20, 2021

Raptor Technologies, a leader in school safety software, announced on Wednesday that Raptor Alert is being implemented within 17 Florida school districts as their panic alert provider for compliance with Alyssa’s Law.  READ MORE

 

SEASIDE (CHARTER) SCHOOL SHINES WITH 2020-2021 TEST RESULTS,
RANKED #3 COMBINATION SCHOOL IN STATE OF FLORIDA

From nwf Daily News
Special to Gannett
Published October 16, 2021

SANTA ROSA BEACH — Seaside School students continue to earn high marks on annual state testing and rank as one of the top public schools in the state of Florida for 2020-2021. READ MORE

 

Education, Justice Departments Issue Fact Sheet on Supporting Students at Risk of Self Harm During COVID-19 Era

From U.S. Department of Education
October 13, 2021

In recognition of World Mental Health Day, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the U.S. Department of Justice jointly issued a fact sheet to support students with mental health disabilities, their families, and their schools in the era of COVID-19. FACT SHEET HERE

 

ONE MILLION FAMILIES LEFT PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS LAST YEAR 

From Moms.com
By Jessica Tucker October 11, 2021

From homeschooling to charter schools, many families chose other options for their kids besides public school this previous school year. READ MORE

 

State Board of Education Sanctions School Districts for Failure to Follow the Law

From FDOE Press Office, Tallahassee, Fla.
October 7, 2021

~ Board Action Prohibits the Federal Circumvention of State Laws ~

Due to school districts’ persistent violations of students’ and families’ educational and privacy rights, including literally barring many students with special needs from a free and appropriate public education, today the State Board of Education (SBOE) authorized Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran to financially sanction the salaries of elected school board bureaucrats in eight school districts. READ MORE

 
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