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PASCO SCHOOLS ENLIST AN UNLIKELY ALLY TO HELP KEEP UP WITH GROWTH - CHARTERS

From Tampa Bay Times
By Jeffrey S. Solochek - January 4, 2022
As new home developments continue to boom across Pasco County, the local school district barely can keep up with the demand for seats.
Builders who want to tell buyers that nearby schools await them increasingly have turned to charter schools to fill the void. READ MORE

 

WITH ALL 50 STATES' ARP PLANS APPROVED, ED DEPT TO RELEASE REMAINING $41B

From K-12 DIVE
By Naaz Modan - January 5, 2022
After a lengthy submission and approval process, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have now had their American Rescue Plan spending proposals approved, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Florida, Mississippi, Vermont and Wisconsin were among the last to get the green light. READ MORE

 

FLORIDA GOV. DESANTIS UNVEILS $99.7 BILLION BUDGET PROPOSAL FOR 2022

By NBC 6 South Florida • Published December 9, 2021
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis unveiled his $99.7 billion "Freedom First Budget" proposal for the 2022-2023 fiscal year on Thursday that he said includes record funding for education, environmental resources and law enforcement. READ MORE

 

HOW ADMINISTRATORS CAN RAISE MORALE AS PANDEMIC DRAGS ON

From K-12 DIVE
By Roger Riddell  - December 7, 2021
The pandemic has taken its toll on the mental and emotional health of students and educators alike since disrupting school schedules and learning models in March 2020. READ MORE

 

NEXT YEAR’S BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX HOLIDAY COULD INCLUDE
CHRISTMAS TWIST

From Florida Politics
By Renzo Downey - November 30, 2021

Should families get a mid-year break?
A proposal to repeat the 10-day back-to-school sales tax holiday next year passed its first test Tuesday, including a possible stocking stuffer for the next holiday season. READ MORE

 
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