In recognition of their environmental stewardship efforts, seven schools, including Longleaf Elementary, Ocean Breeze Elementary, Roy Allen Elementary, Surfside Elementary, University Park Elementary, West Melbourne School for Science and Melbourne High School.
The advancement of useful technology over the years, from calculators to computers to coding, has created paradigm shifts in the way students are taught – and the way they learn.
The University of Central Florida Board of Trustees today unanimously voted Thad Seymour, Jr. the university’s interim president until a permanent president is named.
Did you know that Brevard County has it’s very own version of the ‘Matrix’?
Ocean warming is threatening coral reefs globally, with persistent thermal stress events degrading coral reefs worldwide, but a new study has found that corals at or near the equator are affected less than corals elsewhere.
Making his home in North Brevard, Matt Barringer has helped with social issues including education, homelessness, hospice and end of life – as well as the revitalization of North Brevard while serving as Vice Mayor for the City of Titusville. He currently serves as a teacher for Brevard Public Schools and specializes in social studies as well as special education.
A classic American success story, Dr. Maxwell C. King has devoted his life to making the dreams of others come true.
The King Center for the Performing Arts will undergo major renovations this summer to modernize key areas of the building and replace its aged air conditioning and heating system.
Brevard Public Schools and the Brevard Federation of Teachers returned to the negotiating table Wednesday March 13.
Brevard Public Schools and the Brevard Federation of Teachers will return to the negotiating table, Wednesday March 13.
The head of the Florida Prep Middle School, Rhonda Smith, discusses this perspective from a unique position, being both a parent and an educator of siblings at Florida Prep.
On March 2, 570 students on 89 teams competed at Viera High School in the 29th Space Coast Odyssey of the Mind Regional Tournament.
As our world becomes increasingly dependent on technology and our job force continues to be STEAM heavy, our curriculum needs to adapt.
Boeing space exploration engineers helped Brevard County sixth graders make NASA’s “next giant leap” during the Destination Mars Innovation Day challenge Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Brevard Public Schools District.
Findings in a new research paper from Florida Tech may help us get closer to predicting where a lightning bolt will strike. The paper, “Thunderstorm charge structures producing gigantic jets,” was published Dec. 27 in Scientific Reports.
The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum is pleased to announce the recent addition of Chrissy Sokol to its staff. Ms. Sokol has accepted the role of Director of Museum Education and will be overseeing field trips, educational activities and exhibits, outreach and interaction with teachers, parents and museum visitors.
Ten Eastern Florida State College students have been named to the 2019 All-Florida Academic Team for their outstanding scholarship and work in the community.
A group of Airmen – military and civilian alike – traveled to Croton Elementary School in Melbourne, Fla., Feb. 7 to serve as Science Fair judges.
Space Coast residents and Florida Tech students and faculty will take an artistic journey as the university holds its 4th annual African-American Read-In from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in Evans Library.
The UCF Board of Trustees voted Thursday to accept the resignation of UCF President Dale Whittaker.