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Students fighting to have a gay-straight alliance club at their middle school in central Florida have won a partial victory for the time being.
Kids get the opportunity to explore instruments, some for the first time ever.
The program offers an easy and secure way for families to prepay the cost of higher education.
The St. Pete Police Department is trying to make schools safer -- one sniff at a time.
Arranged to include frequent, shorter breaks, year-round calendars could help reduce "summer slide" - the loss of knowledge in the summer that disproportionately affects low-income students.
An alert went out warning USF St. Pete dorm residents of an armed intruder, and the incident has focused attention on campus security.
The debate is free and open to the public.
Florida legislators may get rid of automatic tuition increases that universities are supposed to charge.
Cursive writing has also been added to 4th and 5th grade students' curriculum.
Beginning Feb. 24, the Pinellas County School District will launch Facebook and Twitter social media pages.
Education Commissioner Pam Stewart is presenting a plan to the Board of Education Tuesday to simplify the state's 10 1/2-year-old grading system for schools.
Penn State trustees unanimously approved the selection at a special meeting in State College after a 15-month search process.
Trustees who oversee Florida A&M University are finally approving a new contract for the school's new president.
The cost of attending USF could actually go down a little bit next year, for the first time in nearly two decades.
Students at Florida International University's Discovery Lab are testing out what some are calling their version of RoboCop.
Sen. Marco Rubio is calling for state-accredited alternatives to four-year colleges and income-based repayments for college loans.
A device is making its way into schools to hide the smell and smoke of marijuana.
Educator didn't get OK to play Christian Slater movie for classroom assignment.
It's in the history books. The very first class on medical marijuana is underway.
Barbara Shirley is surprised and humbled by the award presented to her in Orlando by, who else, Mickey Mouse. It's a personal win she shares.
A special education teacher on suspension was fired Tuesday after one of her students wandered away while on her watch in October 2012.
Monday Commissioner Pam Stewart recognized two of Florida's outstanding school administrators at a luncheon honoring district Principals of the Year and Assistant Principals of the Year.
Tampa Police are investigating a case where a entire family ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated meat.
A Texas mother and father confirmed their son was among those on a Malaysia flight that vanished less than an hour after taking off Saturday from Kuala Lumpur.
Celebrity gossip site TMZ is reporting that a DNA test confirming a 31-year-old man is pop star Michael Jackson's illegitimate son is bogus.
Deputies have located a teenage girl who has not been seen since Friday evening.
A carnival cruise ship that rescued two dozen refugees earlier this week has come to port Saturday morning.
Thousands of adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers paid money to run with the bulls during Dade City's Great Bull Run.
An aviation lawyer who worked on cases with problems similar to the Malaysia Airlines disaster said Saturday the lack of warnings about a problem aboard the aircraft suggested a catastrophic failure while flying at altitude.
Two men pleaded guilty in federal court in Orlando on Thursday to harassing an endangered species, in a March 2012 incident in which one of the men took a "cannonball" dive from a Cocoa Beach dock onto a manatee and her calf.
The closest thing to a clue in the search for a missing commercial jetliner is traces of oil found in the ocean in the same area where contact was lost with the Malaysia Airlines flight.
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