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Surveys show significant portions of faculty in higher grades critical of leadership on discpline

It’s no surprise that as students get older, their discipline problems become more serious. But according to surveys of the faculty at Baker County schools, the teachers of older children are also more likely to be less content with how administrators respond to student misbehavior. Read More »

Union seeks job security and raises

Tensions ran high in last week’s bargaining session between the Baker County school district and the local teachers union with threats of impasse, personal lawsuits, wrangling over what’s legal and what’s not, and who was speaking truthfully during the roughly four hours of deliberations. Read More »

English scores on par; algebra mixed

High schoolers in Baker County this year did a little better than their peers across Florida on the first administration of the state’s new English language arts test, one of the tests students must pass to graduate. Read More »

Principal, five teachers, bus driver, food manager retire

The Baker County School Board and Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson bid farewell last week to a principal, a bus driver, a cafeteria manager and five classroom teachers — all headed into retirement after a combined 254 years of service in public education. Read More »

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