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Florida education news: Teacher jobs, No Child Left Behind, health sciences and more



like-father-like-daughter.jpegCLOSE KNIT: Miami-Dade School Board member Raquel Regalado and her dad, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, share political ties that bind, the Miami Herald reports. (Miami Herald photo)

IN LIMBO: Seventeen Palm Beach teachers who were "excessed" wait for jobs without being laid off, the Palm Beach Post reports.

REACHING OUT: The Duval school district looks to improve its image with new communications staff, the Florida Times-Union reports.

GOING HIGH TECH: Florida Gulf Coast University debuts its new health sciences college, the Naples Daily News reports.

FIXING IT? U.S. House Republicans issue a new version of a No Child Left Behind reauthorization, CNN reports.

TIME TO CHOOSE: Florida Sen. John Thrasher proposes legislation that would bar lawmakers from working for the state's institutions of higher education, Florida Today columnist Matt Reed writes.

PERMANENTLY DISFIGURED: A Walton sheriff's deputy gets a broken nose breaking up a fight at a local high school, the Panama City News Herald reports. 

[Last modified: Monday, January 9, 2012 6:08am]


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