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“We’re in a little bit of a pickle here,” said state Senate Education Committee Chairman John Legg.

Scott veto puts money for school technology in doubt

A $3 million veto by Gov. Rick Scott might become a $63 million budget cut that affects one of the governor's celebrated priorities — improved technology for Florida's schools. "We're in a little bit of a pickle here," said state Senate Education Committee Chairman John Legg, R-Trinity. "I have requested a definite …

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Questions abound for new program that rewards teachers based on SAT and ACT scores

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School that combines academics, intense soccer training will open in Brandon

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  1. Questions abound for new program that rewards teachers based on SAT and ACT scores

    Teachers

    About two years ago, state Rep. Erik Fresen picked up Amanda Ripley's The Smartest Kids in the World to read on the plane.

  2. Scott veto puts money for school technology in doubt

    K12

    A $3 million veto by Gov. Rick Scott might become a $63 million budget cut that affects one of the governor's celebrated priorities — improved technology for Florida's schools.

    “We’re in a little bit of a pickle here,” said state Senate Education Committee Chairman John Legg.
  3. School that combines academics, intense soccer training will open in Brandon

    K12

    BRANDON — When 12-year-old Tyler Davis starts classes on Aug. 18, his school day won't just include English, math, science and social studies.

Tampa Bay Times School Search 2015

CAMERON COTTRILL | Times

Families get more choices as Pinellas broadens its school options

The Pinellas County School District is mostly a system of traditional neighborhood schools where students are assigned based on where they live. But you can feel a distinct shift over the p …

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