Statewide Associations

Dr. Diana Greene

Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene Named Florida’s 2021 Superintendent of the Year by FADSS

Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene was named the Florida 2021 Superintendent of the Year by the Florida Association of District School Superintendents (FADSS). Greene is the 33rd superintendent and the second African American woman to receive this honor since inception of the awards program in 1988.

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PALMER TRINITY HEAD ELECTED TO STATEWIDE POST

Palmer Trinity’s Head of School, Patrick Roberts, was recently voted in as president-elect of the Florida Council of Independent Schools’ (FCIS) board of directors. His two-year term begins in June 2021.

Labor Unions

Broward school security manager investigated for working two jobs

The Broward School District is investigating why a security manager hired in January is still working at his previous job, overseeing security at a local university.

St. Johns County school district, union agree to $6,500 raise for new teachers

More than a month after the deadline passed, negotiators with the St. Johns County teachers union and the St. Johns County School District tentatively agreed to terms on Tuesday that would raise the starting pay for teachers by more than $6,500.

People in the News

Dr. Diana Greene

Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene Named Florida’s 2021 Superintendent of the Year by FADSS

Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene was named the Florida 2021 Superintendent of the Year by the Florida Association of District School Superintendents (FADSS). Greene is the 33rd superintendent and the second African American woman to receive this honor since inception of the awards program in 1988.

Duval Teacher of the Year Finalists

Duval County Teacher of the Year finalists announced

From 175 nominees to 15 semifinalists and now just five finalists, Jacksonville’s top educators range from a math teacher who went viral, to a teacher who focuses on literacy, to a fifth-grade teacher who almost quit.