Parents and teachers say the state failed to give students at low-performing schools the resources they need to learn to read and write.
The teacher, who also issued a “most likely to blend in with white people” certificate, gave the mock awards to seventh graders at a ceremony celebrating the end of the school year.
Protests by university students flared up after a government proposal that university fees could increase as much as 8 percent next year.
One teacher said that there would be “no formally assigned homework this year,” and online discussions reveal a belief that the workload assigned may be too heavy.
The Tallahassee police said Sigfredo Garcia was being held in connection with the killing of Dan Markel, a professor at Florida State University College of Law.
The officer was put on leave after a cellphone video showed him throwing the girl face first to the sidewalk to intervene in a confrontation at a San Antonio middle school.
The board of trustees told the college to consider possible action against the professor, Joy Karega, after she posted incendiary comments on Facebook.
A Harvard graduate has filed a lawsuit accusing the school of failing to protect her from her assailant after she was sexually assaulted.
Larycia Hawkins had faced possible termination by the Christian college after she donned a hijab and said “I stand in religious solidarity with Muslims.”
The annual survey from Lake Superior State University in Michigan compiles the nominations.