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Welcome to the Florida Department of Education's website. Every day we work hand in hand with parents, teachers, educators and community members to improve Florida's education system for students of all backgrounds and abilities.
Our site reflects this cooperative relationship and the role that so many Floridians play in ensuring student success.Comfortview Womens 10 Faux Suede Fabric Short Boot Bootie Beige Light Weight
On September 26, 2018, The Florida Department of Education kicked off the 2018 Dads Take Your Child to School Day initiative in Alachua County at C.W. Norton Elementary School.
The goal was to encourage all Floridian fathers and male role models, including our selfless heroes that serve and protect our great country, to take an active role in their child's education.View Gallery
On August 30, 2018, Chancellor Hershel Lyons spent some time delivering school supplies donated from the DOE team to Oak Ridge Elementary and Franklin County K-12 School.
While visiting, Chancellor Lyons spoke with several students and encouraged them to have a great 2018-19 school year.
On July 13, 2018, First Lady Ann Scott and Commissioner of Florida Education Pam Stewart announced Joy Prescott, a math teacher at Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School in Glades County, as the 2019 Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year.Contrast color Pointed Toe Thin Heels
On April 2, 2018, K-12 Public School Chancellor Hershel Lyons hosted the agency’s Wear Blue Day in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month at the Turlington Building in Tallahassee.
The pinwheels will remain on the lawn through the month of April to symbolize the promise of the happy childhoods all children deserve.
In honor of National Braille Literacy Month, DBS Director Robert Doyle read to 40 third grade students at Woodville Elementary School in Tallahassee. F