America's first Early Learning city still may be a vision, but it is one the Studer Community Institute wants to help make reality in Pensacola.
The tips, featuring Institute founder Quint Studer, offer practical advice for parents and caregivers to exposure young children to more words.
A visit to each of Escambia County's 11 low-graded elementary schools reveals challenges, hopes.
As we learned, there are challenges in determining "quality," but recognizing and rewarding it — and making sure it is accessible — is something local officials are focusing on.
As attention has focused more on kindergarten readiness, changes in testing procedures have left Florida's voluntary prekindergarten program struggling to answer what it means to be ready for school.
If an image is worth 1,000 words, the image below isn’t kind to Escambia County.
At the county-by-county level, data from the Studer Community Institute Pensacola Metro Dashboard shows Santa Rosa facing growing pains and Escambia dealing with the impact of poverty on the community as a whole.
The Studer Community Institute’s Pensacola Metro Dashboard update for 2015 shows progress in many areas — and work still to do to improve the quality of life in the community.
The third installment of the Institute's 2015 education report looks at the growing body of research that supports the importance of early learning.
It can be done! The second part of the Pensacola Education Report looks at bright spots in education.
Springtime in Florida means one thing — FCAT. But this year, the test used to measure students’ learning gains and to evaluate teacher performance is not what it used to be.
The Institute’s staff spent five months researching the material that would become the first Pensacola Metro Report.