Florida Board of Education meeting at Holocaust Museum after survey shows lack of Holocaust knowledge

The Florida Board of Education is meeting Wednesday at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Pete.  It will be its second in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic. Budget cuts and student safety are up for discussion, but also making sure Holocaust education is a priority this school year.  An alarming national survey found 63% of adults under 40 do not know that six million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust -- the world’s worst genocide.  RELATED: 'Shocking' lack of Holocaust knowledge among younger Floridians, survey finds

Boys and Girls Club offers alternative to remote learning in Sarasota County

Some parents are able to take time away from the office to help their children learn, but that option isn't available to everyone. For that reason, learning pods have popped up across the country, allowing students to have in-person instruction without the large school environment and potentially less exposure to COVID-19.

UF, FSU ranked in top 20 public universities; USF in top 50

The University of Florida and Florida State University remained ranked among the top 20 public universities in the country Monday, as U.S. News & World Report released annual ratings that have become a closely watched scorecard for colleges.