A Brooklyn teacher got the boot from the classroom for telling his first-grade class that Santa Clause isn't real.
A Tampa teacher is being recognized for his creative approach to education.
After learning the basics of business, banking and consumer planning, students apply their skills in real-world scenarios at Enterprise Village.
An Atlanta sixth grader turned his struggle with bullies into a patented invention to help other students.
Ask any student in Ms. Oliver's class and you will quickly learn that she is no ordinary teacher. Students look forward to fun study games inside the classroom and exploring local waterways with their beloved teacher.
From the classroom to top administrators, allegations of misconduct by Sarasota County school officials are widespread.
Two families are suing Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg claiming the school did nothing to protect their children from physical abuse and racial harassment.
Students at Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland showed off their class-made video games Thursday at the school’s Game Expo.
Students at J.W. Mitchell High School are among the first high schoolers in the world to use man-made frogs for dissections over preserved, dead frogs.
Public concern pushed the Sarasota County School Board to a unanimous vote to part ways with now-former Superintendent Dr. Todd Bowden.
Industries that rely on welders and mechanical technicians are becoming more technical, so the education they receive is also evolving.
Thomas and Madison Brawner just got another "no" in response to their idea to turn Lakeland's historic Deen House into a preschool.
Six students from Manatee County are about to travel across the globe to face off in the Formula 1 World Constructors' Championship (WCC).
Fredy told his teacher he was allowed to walk home from school, so she let him go. He ended up at a familiar place, but his mom wants to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Two Bartow High School students are petitioning Polk County Schools to hire full-time counselors for every school.
Although most young Americans believe in the value of higher education, many still consider a high school diploma alone to be enough for success.
The Deen House in Lakeland's Lake Morton Historic District is under contract to be sold to a couple who would like to convert the home into a community preschool, but neighbors have lots of questions about what the means for them.
Parker Williams isn't the biggest fan of going to school each day but he thinks his third-grade teacher, Mary Hall Chambers, is great in the classroom.
Eckerd College signed a pledge to stop spending school money on any single-use plastics.
A 13-year-old student from Imagine Charter School in Land O’ Lakes is the latest to be charged with making threats against a school.