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Tragedy in Crestview

Updated: 08/27/2004 - The city of Crestview is recovering from the overnight deaths of two Crestview High School students in what police are calling a murder-suicide.

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New Education Commissioner Selected

Updated: 08/18/2004 - The Florida Board of Education has picked a veteran state employee to take over the state school system.

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Court Throws Out Voucher Law

Updated: 08/16/2004 - A state appeals court says Florida's school voucher law is unconstitutional.

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Teacher Abuse

Updated: 08/13/2004 - A local mother is struggling to understand how a teacher accused of physically abusing her son wound-up back in the classroom.

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First Day of School

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Bay County students hit the ground running for the first day of school Thursday morning.

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School Buses Roll Out Starting This Week

Updated: 08/02/2004 - Area law enforcement agencies are reminding drivers to be extra cautious and remember the ruling regulating buses and school zones.

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Pencils and Paper

Updated: 08/01/2004 - It's back to school time and hundreds of children will have backpacks full of supplies, ready to get to work.

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Mercury Spill Closes Niceville High

Updated: 07/31/2004 - All activities at Niceville High School in the Panhandle were called off for Friday, thanks to a mercury spill.

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School Savings

Updated: 07/22/2004 - There are only two weeks left before Bay County's public school students head back to class. That gives parents a little more than a week to complete all that back to school shopping.

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Back to School

Updated: 07/22/2004 - The Salvation Army is helping kids in Bay County get ready for school.

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Governor Vetoes Pre-K

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Gov. Jeb Bush has vetoed legislation that would have created a universal Pre-K program in the state.

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School Voucher Tour Criticized

Updated: 07/08/2004 - Gov. Jeb Bush and state education officials are being criticized for scheduling a series of ten town hall meetings around the state to push choice for parents in schools that have failed the FCAT or have not done well under the federal No Child Left Behind program. The state says it’s all about making sure parents know their options.

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Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Blasts the State Department of Education for Voucher Abuses

Updated: 06/30/2004 - Authorities say seven employees of a Christian school are under arrest for ripping off the state’s school voucher program. Employees of the Faith Christian Academy in Bartow are accused of taking taxpayers’ money for students who were not enrolled. It’s just the latest in a series of reports of abuses in the school voucher program.

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Busway Battle

Updated: 06/29/2004 - Elected officials are "pitching" an unusual battle in Walton County.

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New Stadium Name

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Over in Okaloosa County, a private citizen is stepping forward to help fund the building of a new on-campus stadium at Fort Walton Beach High School.

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New School Already Under Fire

Updated: 06/10/2004 - Bay County's newest school is still drawing questions about promises made by the promoters.

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Brown vs. Board of Education 50 Years Later

Updated: 05/18/2004 - Fifty years ago this week, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered America’s public schools be integrated. The order came quick, but it took years to actually implement. Some people who lived through integration think today's students take their education for granted.

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