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Education news and notes from Tampa Bay and Florida

Florida education news: Art woes, low-income school concerns, charter school problems and more

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July

MORE ON DENTAL: While the funding is there for a dental school at the University of Central Florida, the need may not be, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

PAINFUL PICTURE: Art education advocates worry about the impact of budget cuts in Duval County, the Florida Times-Union reports.
 
STIMULUS HIT: Schools with high numbers of low-income students are hard hit by the lack of stimulus dollars, tcpalm.com reports.
 
CHARTER PROBLEMS: Two Escambia County charter schools are struggling with poor grades, the Pensacola News Journal reports.
 
JUSTICE FILE: A fired Florida Gulf Coast University professor gets his day in court this week, the Naples Daily News reports.
 
WORKING TOGETHER: The University of Central Florida and Daytona State College agree to create a seamless transition for nursing students, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

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