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Colleges rethink selection process

Many colleges and universities now want to know a whole lot more about applicants than their ACT and SAT results before asking them to attend.


Orange Co. schools receive $10 million

Florida Gov. Rick Scott hands over a $10.3 million check to public schools in Orange County as part of the state's School Recognition Program.


Fla. under pressure for school testing

Florida lawmakers are looking at changing the way the state tests its public school students.


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Olbermann suspended over Penn State tweets

ESPN has suspended anchor Keith Olbermann for the remainder of the week over a Twitter spat that the anchor had with fans of Penn State University.

Early Monday, a Penn State supporter tweeted at Olbermann with the university's trademark slogan: "We…


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Arrests made in Wesleyan overdose cases

Police have arrested four students from Wesleyan University in connection with a drug overdose over the weekend. They are to appear in court next week.

Ten students and two visitors were hospitalized Sunday from complications arising from the use of…


Wedgefield K-8 site approved under conditions

The Board of County Commissioners unanimously approves a site for a K-8 school in Wedgefield.


Fine for Lake County schools takes big drop

The school district that was facing the second largest fine in the state for violating class size rules receives a big break.


Scott officially suspends 11th grade test

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is officially suspending a standardized test that the state's 11th-graders were supposed to take this spring.


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Teacher of year fired over dirty diaper

A teacher of the year award winner in St. Louis, Missouri, is being fired over a dirty diaper, Fox News reports, to the chagrin of parents of children in her classroom.


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Historic U.S. battle brewing over AP standards

This year, high school students taking Advanced Placement U.S. history in some parts of the country are getting a lesson in current affairs. And in partisanship.


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