Tag: florida education

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Students create Hurricane Ian website, summer food programs, skilled trades for grads and more

Miami-Dade: More than 20,000 new immigrant students have enrolled in Miami-Dade County public schools this year. Officials say it’s a historic increase that’s helping the school district grow for the first time in two decades. NPR. Meanwhile, a long-time teacher in Miami is retiring after 40 years on the job. Aldin... READ MORE
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New programs focus on economically disadvantaged learners, students struggling with reading and more
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The Sisters of St. Joseph
A century ago, three Catholic sisters in St. Augustine, Fla....
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Florida must embrace alternate visions of public education. Now.
How much concern should the citizens of Florida have for...
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Florida’s education system must get a lot better, a lot faster
The U.S. Census Bureau projects big demographic challenges ahead for...
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Florida is not ready for the future
The United States faces a staggering demographic challenge over the...
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Education needs the ‘tech surge’
Editors’s note: State Sen. John Legg is a Florida certified teacher...
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Florida schools roundup: Tony Bennett, teacher debit cards, art magnets & more
More on Tony Bennett: Two days of controversy seem to...
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From the Silver State to the Sunshine State: A look at how far you’ve come
After 2,500 miles through high deserts, forested mountains, windswept prairies,...
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Florida House education committee chairs, members named
Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford announced committee assignments today (hat...
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Hello from the new guy
Hi everybody. My name is Ron Matus. I’m the new...
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