A young woman is touching the lives of youth through her STEM camp. The impact she is making on young lives is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A federal mandate allows any school staff, from elementary through high school, to be eligible. That's more expansive than Governor DeSantis' previous order, which only allowed school staff ages 50 and up to get the vaccine.
Spring break is a week away for most Bay Area students, but a break from school doesn’t have to mean a break from learning.
A Baltimore-area high school is facing scrutiny after reports came out about a student who passed just three classes in four years, but moved ahead anyway. Now that he’s being sent back to the ninth grade, his mother says the school failed him.
States and many districts have not been keeping track of school employee COVID-19 vaccinations, even as the U.S. prioritizes teachers nationwide.
The University of South Florida announced Wednesday the campus will move back to full in-person classes and other activities. Other schools are having those same conversations.
They aren't old enough to drive, but students at Azalea Middle School in St. Petersburg are getting a unique opportunity to become certified in drone flight and safety.
A photo of a Mississippi middle school teacher’s writing assignment on slavery is drawing heavy criticism online, and parents in the district are speaking out.
Standing with a group that commemorates victims of communism, Florida House Speaker Chris Sprowls endorsed legislative proposals aimed at exposing public-school students to "victims of other nations' governing philosophies."
Florida superintendents are urging state officials to ask the federal government for waivers when it comes to standardized testing for the current academic school year.
Studies show students nationwide have learned less this school year, relative to other years, because of the pandemic. Some Florida lawmakers are considering whether there should be options for parents and students to minimize the impacts, long-term.
A proposal is advancing in the House that would allow high-performing students who live outside of Florida to pay in-state tuition rates at public universities if their grandparents reside in the Sunshine State.
Families looking for new interactive learning experiences during the month of March can take a field trip to Tierra Verde.
The Manatee Education Foundation and nearly 60 sponsors raised more than $80,000. The money will be put towards a pizza lunch for every school, plus awards, presents and small ways to say 'thank you.'
Tampa police arrested a 12-year-old girl accused of bringing stun guns to school to sell to her fellow classmates.
With graduations right around the corner, school districts in the Tampa Bay area are starting to solidify their commencement plans.
In a sign that Florida's higher-education institutions are preparing for a return to normalcy, two of the state's largest universities are announcing changes that bring people back to campus.
Under a bill filed Tuesday in the Florida legislature, state financial aid for colleges would be based on whether a student's course of study is likely to result in a job after graduation.
Right now in Hernando County, the superintendent of schools is appointed by the school board, but one lawmaker is proposing a change, saying voters should choose who runs schools.
Reversing course from a decision last year, a fiercely divided appeals court Wednesday said charter schools are entitled to a cut of tax dollars that Palm Beach County voters approved in 2018 for more-traditional public schools.