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Florida education news: Wi-fi, cybersecurity, free lunch and more

GOING WIRELESS: Miami-Dade schools take advantage of the federal E-rate grant to increase their wi-fi capabilities, State Impact Florida reports.

CYBERSECURITY: Several central Florida high school students attend a college summer camp to learn about computer security, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

FREE MEALS: Central Florida school districts take different approaches to providing summer lunches to needy children, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

BENEFITS: The Manatee school district explores options for employee health insurance, the Bradenton Herald reports.

GET TO CLASS: An Okaloosa elementary principal designs an app that aims to keep his school running on time, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.

FINISH UP: The University of Central Florida launches a program to help students graduate on time, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

OUTTA HERE: StudentsFirst will scale back its Florida presence, Redefined reports.

[Last modified: Monday, July 7, 2014 6:58am]


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