Broward Center for the Performing Arts brings singing, acting, dancing and improv to the homes of South Florida families and beyond
By the time Broward County Public School students become seniors, they must have a minimum of 40 learning service hours to receive a standard diploma
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that all students in Florida would continue distance learning
With high school seniors missing out on graduation events due to COVID-19, a local school photographer has figured out a way to give them the recognition they deserve.
A beloved Parkland teacher received a surprise parade by parents and students who wanted to let her know how much she is loved.
Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie provided another virtual update on the future of the school year.
The Museum of Discovery and Science has engineered a weekly STEAM curriculum aligned with Florida’s new Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking
Schools are sending “we miss you” video messages, and birthday parades are all the rage during the stay-at-home order…
Broward Education Foundation and Office Depot, Inc. have partnered to launch the COVID-19 Virtual Learning Teacher Supply Drive
With her poetry soon-to-be-published and a book tour in the works, Anna Bayuk has a lot to be proud of before she graduates
As an inspiration for children amidst online learning, Parkland schools have taken the time to send special messages to their students.
With the coronavirus wreaking havoc on all social gatherings, high school students have had to face numerous
As the threat of COVID-19 increases, the teaching staff at Broward County Public Schools
Teachers and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas are sending out positive messages to students who they won’t be seeing face-to-face until May 1,
Florida Virtual School will provide up to 100 free digital courses to all Florida schools through the end of the school year.
Due to school going fully online due to COVID-19, MEDNAX, one of the largest neonatology physician-led organizations in the country
These days, parents are missing their kids’ teachers, but apparently some teachers are yearning for their students as well.
In memory of Jaime Guttenberg and Gina Montalto, two volunteers who lost their lives in the Parkland school shooting..
With schools closing across the country to protect children from the spread of COVID-19, Embry-Riddle has ramped up free online courses.
Students will have access to free, live Advanced Placement review lessons delivered by AP teachers from across the country.