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Florida education news: Crisis counseling, science lessons, school mascots and more



a4s_crisisclass1024_196651c.jpegLIFE LINE: USF counseling and public health students put their classroom lessons to use volunteering on the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay hotline. (Times photo, Daniel Wallace)

IS ANTHROPOLOGY A STEM FIELD? University chancellor Frank Brogan says it is. Politifact finds that half true.

STAYING ALIVE: The Palm Beach parent group that led to the ouster of superintendent Art Johnson remains active behind the scenes a year later, the Palm Beach Post reports.

SCIENCE LESSONS: Escambia elementary schools amp up their science curriculum in the younger grades, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.

SEEKING OPPORTUNITY: Children of undocumented immigrants protest Florida's tuition policies, the Miami Herald reports.

PLEASE HELP: A growing number of Collier and Lee teachers turn to for classroom support, the Naples Daily News reports.

COMMUNITY BACKING: A formerly struggling, low-income Duval elementary school overcomes its obstacles to have strong academic performance with the help of many volunteers, the Florida Times-Union reports.

HOW ABOUT THEM DAWGS? A Panhandle high school principal draws some criticism for proposing to change the school mascot from Dawgs to Bulldogs, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.

FACTIONS FORMING: Sides shape up as the Florida State University System prepares to examine USF Polytechnic's independence request, the Gainesville Sun reports. 

[Last modified: Monday, October 24, 2011 6:13am]


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