FSBA Friday Five – May 31, 2019

Each week, FSBA Executive Director Andrea Messina handpicks 5 things you should know in education news. Read. Learn. Retweet.  Gamers are the new athletes Memory and learning breakthrough US Children Better Off Today Than In 2020 Yes, school librarians matter School district found guilty of violating copyright laws to the tune of $9.2m

Florida Plan for a Huge Database to Stop School Shootings Hits Delays, Legal Questions

It was supposed to be operational six months ago, part of Florida’s wide-ranging effort to prevent the next school shooting: a sprawling new database that would merge people’s social media posts with millions of records on individuals who have been bullied, placed in foster care, committed a crime, or even been mentioned in unverified tips…