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Florida education news: Arts programs, new superintendents, homeless student inspiration, and more

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December

ART OF SURVIVAL: Arts programs in Pasco school survive this year, but next year could be a different story.

TAKES A VILLAGE: Robert Runcie, Broward’s new superintendent, tells teachers he wants their input and vows to put more money into the classroom, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
 
SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH: A Palm Beach School Board member drafts a grading plan for community volunteers to use in the district’s superintendent search, the Palm Beach Post reports.
 
OVERCOMING ODDS: A Mount Dora high school student overcomes homelessness to graduate and earn a national scholarship, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
 
PORTABLE POSITIVITY: A Boca Raton-area seventh grader distributes pocket-sized cards with positive affirmations to help combat bullying, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

[Last modified: Wednesday, December 28, 2011 8:25am]

    

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