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Florida education news: Library merger, at-risk teens, Mix It Up Day and more



imgres.jpegFEASIBLE? The city of Clearwater ponders whether to merge its public library with the library at St. Petersburg College

FOR FLORIDA HOUSE: The Times recommends several candidates with strong support of public education.

BOOT CAMP: The Florida Youth Challenge Academy alternative school helps at-risk teens turn their lives around, the Florida Times-Union reports.

PARKING: Florida Atlantic University will add a 943-spot garage to ease parking woes, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

BE FAIR: Collier early learning advocates urge state officials to revise subsidized child care funding formulas, the Naples Daily News reports.

MISGUIDED: Efforts by the American Family Association to derail Mix It Up Day miss the boat, Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino writes.

SHARING: Marion county, city and school officials near an agreement to allow mutual use of their recreation facilities, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.

FOR SALE: The main administrative complex for Monroe schools is on the sales block, the Keynoter reports.

[Last modified: Friday, October 19, 2012 7:18am]


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