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Florida education news: School enrollment, concurrency, texting while driving and more



tct_gender082908_a_35622c.jpegMOVING TARGET: Hillsborough school enrollment rises but continues to fluctuate. (Times file photo)

SUPPORT: Flagler teachers will get raises thanks to a new federal grant, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

NO NEED: Builders urge an end to school concurrency and impact fees in Citrus County, saying growth has evaporated, the Citrus County Chronicle reports.

DISMISSAL: An Indian River teacher faces firing for improper interactions with a student with autism, the Vero Beach Press Journal reports.

DEMAND: Palm Beach high school seniors lament not being able to get into the University of Florida, the Palm Beach Post reports.

MORE PROBLEMS: Questions continue to mount over the operation of the FAMU Marching 100, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

DON'T DO IT: Gainesville High students learn firsthand the dangers of texting while driving, the Gainesville Sun reports.

[Last modified: Saturday, October 6, 2012 7:28am]


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