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Andrade town hall: Laws, Learning and Sewage

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Three of the region’s elected officials held court in Escambia High School’s library Tuesday evening for the Westside Town Hall. During…

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State assessments reveal district still behind

The Florida Department of Education yesterday released the state assessment grades for the school districts. Santa Rosa County sent out a letter touting its successes….

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ACLU: Escambia-the most policed school district in Florida

The ACLU of Florida reviewed discipline data provided by the Florida Departments of Education and Juvenile Justice. The ACLU found that among the largest school…

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Escambia School District enrollment down

The enrollment in the Escambia County School District is down 318 students since the 2017-18 school year, according to the Florida Department of Education. The…

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Mediocrity reigns in school district

This week the Escambia County School Board voted to yet again shutter another school – McMillian Pre-K Center. Since 2008, the district has shut down…

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TT: Education

A collection of parents and educators gathered in the Cordova Park Elementary library Tuesday evening to discuss how the city of Pensacola might best improve…

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Buzz: Hazing incident leads to suspension of football coach and possibly several players

As the Escambia County School District prepares for National Bullying Prevention Month in October, Pensacola High School is dealing with a hazing in its football…

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How new company with no financial history got a $1.9 million school district contract

Last month. Administrative Law Judge R. Bruce McKibben ruled in favor of Pediatric Service of America’s challenge to the Escambia County School District’s awarding its…

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Escambia schools still needs teachers, classes start next week

Escambia County schools open in less than a week, and the school district still has teaching openings. To fill the 30 or so jobs, the…

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