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Volusia suspends computer-based testing

Volusia County has postponed computer-based testing again as two Florida Democratic state senators call on Gov. Rick Scott to suspend the state's standardized testing.

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Savings plans may soon cover more college expenses

The rules governing 529 college savings plans may soon become more flexible.

Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would expand the benefits offered by the college savings plans to include coverage of expenses like computers and…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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Wedgefield K-8 site approved under conditions

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

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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.

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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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