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SEASIDE SCHOOL INC. RANKED NO. 1 COMBINATION CHARTER SCHOOL IN FLORIDA. DETAILS ON THE SCORES

From The Destin Log

Special to the Northwest Florida Daily News/USA TODAY NETWORK
August 9, 2022

SANTA ROSA BEACH — With the opening of the new 2022-23 school year, The Seaside School Inc. (TSS) continues to earn top academic rankings by claiming the No. 1-ranked combination charter school in Florida for the 2021-22 school year, based on the Florida Department of Education School Grade Program, and ranks as one of the top public schools in the state of Florida. READ MORE

 

CHARTER SCHOOLS ADJUST TO NEW TEST CHALLENGES

From The Villages Daily Sun

By Garrett Shiflet, Daily Sun Staff Writer  -  Jul 31, 2022

For Jennifer James, the start of a new school year is relatively the same at the end of each July.
The fifth-grade science and math teacher at The Villages Charter School usually spends the days leading up to another first day combing through student data, planning lessons for the next year and getting the classroom in order. READ MORE

 

FLORIDA OFFERING MILITARY VETERANS EDUCATION CERTIFICATION

From The Center Square

By Bethany Blankley | Aug 1, 2022

 In another effort to provide job opportunities to military veterans and address a teacher shortage, Florida is making it easier for qualified veterans to receive an education certificate and begin teaching in Florida public schools. READ MORE

 

Florida teacher shortage continues with school start just weeks away

From Fox35Orlando.com
By Randi Hildreth - Published July 26, 2022

KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Many students in Central Florida are heading back to the classroom in about two weeks and districts are still working to find hundreds of teachers.
"This summer, it's been pretty much job fair after job fair after job fair," said Russell Bruhn of Brevard County Public Schools. READ MORE

 

 

Governor DeSantis Encourages Floridians to Save on Back to School Items During Sales Tax Holiday

From the Governor's Press Office
July 25, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — As Florida families prepare for another school year, Governor Ron DeSantis is encouraging Floridians to save money on school supplies from July 25 - August 7. With the school year quickly approaching, the sales tax holiday is predicted to save Florida families more than $100 million this year. Department of Education Commissioner Manny Diaz, Jr. and Department of Revenue Executive Director Jim Zingale joined Governor DeSantis in reminding Floridians they can save money on school supplies and clothing during the 2022 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday.
“We are fiscally in the strongest position that the state of Florida has ever seen in modern history,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “The back-to-school tax holiday will allow families to be able to save for things that really matter.” READ MORE

 
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