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Florida education news: YouTube lessons, STEM programs, red tape and more



LONG-RANGE b4s_mathtube111112a_247702c.jpegLESSONS: St. Petersburg High math teacher Rob Tarrou takes his lessons to YouTube and gains an international following. (Times photo, Cherie Diez) 

BETTER: Florida deserves a better education plan than the one Gov. Rick Scott has offered, the Times editorializes.

REDUCING RED TAPE: Several superintendents recommend changes to Florida's education bureaucracy, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.

WE'RE THE TOPS: The Manatee school district offers an example of excellent STEM programs for the state to emulate, the Bradenton Herald editorializes.

EVER-CHANGING: Florida Gulf Coast University has embraced change as it has grown and faced new challenges under president Wilson Bradshaw, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.

HEAR THEM ROAR: All members of the Broward School Board are women for the first time, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

[Last modified: Sunday, November 11, 2012 7:02am]


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