The awards include first-place honors for Best News Web Site, Investigative Reporting for Radio and General Coverage for Radio.
The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting took first place in three categories: public service in radio journalism, online investigative reporting and online business reporting.
The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting has been nominated for awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated and the South Florida chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
StateImpact Florida and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting won a regional Regional Edward R. Murrow Award in investigative reporting for the series "13th Grade."
A collaborative project involving StateImpact Florida and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting won second place in investigative reporting for broadcast media in the 2012 National Awards for Education Reporting.
Sarah Gonzalez: Starting in 2014-15, Florida will use something called the “Common Core State Standards.” Some 45 states and the District of Columbia have agreed to use this common framework, which is supposed to align what students learn in K-12 more closely with what they need to know in college.