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Florida education news: UF business incubator, cafeteria food, teacher planning periods and more



a4s_rendering092611_192809c.jpegINNOVATION CENTRAL: The University of Florida creates a business-focused complex for business, academic and research collaboration. (UF rendering)

BIG CLASSES: Palm Beach high schools see class sizes grow in courses no longer limited by state law, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

CHANGING TASTES: Private schools in northeast Florida target students at lunchtime with a variety of food offerings, the Florida Times-Union reports.

ONLINE OPTIONS: Florida Atlantic University grows its virtual and research programs for satellite campuses so students don't have to drive so far, the Stuart News reports.

TEACHER TIME: Palm Beach middle school teachers seek ways to keep planning periods as the district moves to have them instruct all periods of the day, the Palm Beach Post reports.

[Last modified: Monday, September 26, 2011 6:11am]


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