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State teachers' unions sue over provision in new education law

This spring, Gov. Rick Scott signed an education bill into law amid controversy that centered in part on a provision involving teachers' unions. Now the Florida Education Association (FEA) and local unions are challenging the constitutionality of that law.

Could summer break be causing more problems for some students?

Summertime is a time for kids to relax and have fun. However, parents also want their kids to be active, stay engaged and continue learning new things, even when they aren't in a classroom. After all, the learning process shouldn't have to stop just because there is a break from school.

Legal woes outside of school can hurt teachers' standing

People often strive to keep their work like and their home life separate; this includes teachers. They might not discuss personal issues while at work, for instance. Or they might refrain from taking work calls or checking work email when they are home. Some people might seem to lead two different lives.

How to address grade disputes

Imagine your child has put in countless hours working on a school assignment. He or she might have stayed up late, gotten up early, and skipped out on social or extracurricular activities to work on the project. Once the assignment's complete and handed in, you might both breathe a sigh of relief and wait eagerly for a good grade.