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Florida Education

  • Florida Center for Instructional Technology
    Description: The Florida Center for Instructional Technology (FCIT) has been a leader in working with educators to integrate technology into the curriculum. FCIT provides many instructional resources for Florida's teachers and students.
  • Florida Department of Education – Educators
    Florida's school system is the 4th largest school system in the nation. Florida's 67 public school districts are comprised of more than 4,000 public schools (including public charter schools) that enroll almost 3 million students annually. From Early Learning to Postsecondary, this inclusive Educators area has course descriptions, legislative links, information on standards and links to various sections of the Department of Education.
  • Florida Virtual School (FLVS)
    What is FLVS? We're glad you asked! Florida Virtual School is a public school but, as you can probably tell, we're not just any public school. We're online. This means no matter where you live you can access more than 120 courses, from Geometry to AP Art History and everything in between. What's more, our courses are just as real as the dedicated, certified teachers who teach them. FLVS is where you go to learn on your time and on your schedule, no matter what kind of student you are. Public, private and homeschooled students, from kindergarten-12th grade, can take our virtual courses whether they live in Florida or not.
  • Just for Teachers – Florida Department of Education - Designed with Teachers in Mind!
    Update on Florida Education Standards, messages, Teacher Spotlight, Did You Know?, Professional Development Opportunities, Viva Florida 1513-2013, Current Newsletter, and Florida Virtual Curriculum Marketplace (FVCM).
  • School Public Accountability Reports (Covering Elementary and Secondary Education Act Requirements for State and LEA Annual Report Cards – Florida Department of Education)
    Florida's School Public Accountability Reports have been generated to comply with federal legislation that requires annual report cards on the educational progress of schools, school districts, and the state. These reports are initially published prior to the beginning of the school year. The School Public Accountability Report contains several types of data (indicators) designed to inform parents and the general public about the progress of Florida's public schools. This report meets public reporting requirements and provides certain additional information of interest on the status of Florida's schools.
  • The Bureau of K-12 Assessment
    The Bureau of K-12 Assessment is responsible for all aspects of Florida's K-12 statewide student assessment programs, including developing, administering, scoring, and reporting the results for the Florida Standards Assessment and FCAT 2.0 program, as well as assisting with the administration and reporting of several other K-12 student assessment programs. Services are provided both by Florida Department of Education (FDOE) staff and through various contracts with assessment vendors. The primary goal of these assessments is to provide information about student learning in Florida, as required by Florida law (see Section 1008.22, Florida Statutes).
  • The Education Commission of the States - Florida Page
    Links to Governor, Legislative Committee Chairs, State Higher Education Executive Officer, ECS Commissioners, Links to State Pages, Links to Major Newspapers, and State Policies and Reports.

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Polk County, Florida Education

  • MyPolkSchools Web Portal
    Welcome to the Polk County Public Schools Web Portal! Here you will find services tailored to parents, students and staff. If you need to create a new account, click the “Register“ button on the left or top right of this page.
  • Polk County Public Schools - Students
    Online resources and services for students.
  • Polk County Public Schools - Teachers
    Here you will find information directed to Teachers and their various subject areas. In these sections you will find information on important dates, contact information, course descriptions, links to curriculum and other resources.
  • Polk County Public Schools – Curriculum
    Polk County Curriculum Maps, K-12 Curriculum and Instruction, Sunshine State Standards, Curriculum and Instruction Initiative, and Curriculum Support.
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