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Florida education news: Job shadowing, guns in schools, vouchers and more



sshouse020109_54947c.jpegJOB PROSPECTS: A Palm Beach business group and the school district create a job shadowing program for graduating seniors, the Palm Beach Post reports. (Times file photo)

MAKING MUSIC: The dean of the University of Miami music school is nominated for a Grammy Award, the Miami Herald reports.

LEVELING OFF: Southwest Florida universities see enrollment hold steady, giving them time to focus on programs rather than growth, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.

NEW LEADERSHIP: The new president of Florida Keys Community College takes the school in new directions, the Keynoter reports.

OUT OF WORK: A newly elected Duval School Board member loses her day job, the Florida Times-Union reports.

'LIFE IS COMBAT': Palm Beach Post columnist Jac Ver Steeg offers his satiric view of life in an armed elementary school.

ONE TEST: Voucher recipients should take the same accountability exams as their public school counterparts, the Orlando Sentinel editorializes.

[Last modified: Monday, December 31, 2012 6:39am]


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