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TALKS BEGIN IN EARNEST ON HOW TO GET STUDENTS BACK INTO BRICK-AND-MORTAR CLASSROOMS 

From The Florida Phoenix

By Danielle J. Brown  May 21, 2020

As talks of reopening Florida public schools begin in earnest, state and local officials will need to communicate with each other in order to safely bring students back into classrooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE

 

FINAL GRADES ARE DUE SOON. HOW LENIENT OR TOUGH SHOULD TEACHERS BE RIGHT NOW? 

From The Tampa Bay Times

By Marlene Sokol  Published May 20

TAMPA — Hillsborough County school district leaders could see the problem a mile away: students falling off track while learning at home during the coronavirus pandemic, and heading for a crash landing at report card time. READ MORE

 

FLORIDA EXTENDS TEACHER CERTIFICATIONS SET TO EXPIRE THIS SUMMER 

From Fox4now

By: Katie LaGrone
Last updated 1:21 PM, May 19, 2020

Florida teachers whose certificates are set to expire this summer now have until December to meet all the requirements they need to renew their license to teach in the Sunshine State. READ MORE

 

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS ASK STATE FOR SPECIFIC 'CONDITIONS' DISTRICTS SHOULD MEET BEFORE REOPENING

From WUSF News

By RYAN DAILEY • MAY 14, 2020

The Florida Association of District School Superintendents had lots of ideas to suggest to the State Board of Education last week...READ MORE

 

 

 

HOW AND WHEN WILL FLORIDA REOPEN SCHOOLS? EDUCATORS HAVE IDEAS ON THAT 

From The Tampa Bay Times

By Jeffrey S. Solochek  Published May 8 Updated May 11

Close quarters in classrooms, hallways and buses will make a return to campuses tricky. One key will be giving local leaders flexibility to move quickly, educators say. READ MORE

 

 
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