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Federico Martinez

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School of choice initiative is moving full STEAM ahead

Beachland Elementary is branding itself as a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics S

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Teachers, school district reach tentative contract agreement

Teachers will receive a 2.5 percent pay bonus and earn overtime if called to fill-in for an absent t

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New superintendent apologizes after losing temper at meeting

Superintendent David Moore has moved quickly to put a controversy behind him, publicly apologizing f

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If coronavirus closes schools, Internet may not be alternative here

Officials at Indian River County School District and St. Edward’s School say if their schools are

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Black achievement plan approved by the School Board

Aiming to reduce the achievement gap between black and white students, the School District will elim

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School district $2 million in the red halfway through fiscal year

Halfway through fiscal year, Indian River School District is already bleeding $2 million in red ink,

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Could teachers find a home at the Indian River Mall?

Does it make any sense to attempt to convert vacant retail space at the languishing Indian River Mal

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School District begins search for lower-cost legal services

An effort to reduce school district legal expenses and likely replace longtime outside counsel Suzan

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School Board attorney billed District over $2.4 million

School District Attorney Suzanne D’Agresta may have priced herself out of a job. The Orlando-ba

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New program may see local schools compete for students

Superintendent David Moore wants Indian River County schools to compete for students by offering spe

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Residents at The Moorings take students under wing

It may seem like an unlikely pairing, but a mentoring/tutoring program supported by Moorings’ resi

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High school likely to start later in the future

Superintendent David Moore wants high school students to start classes later in the morning than the