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Florida education news: DREAM Act, superintendent search, space sciences and more



DREAM DEFERRED: The face of Florida's push for the DREAM Act leaves the United States after failing to win a job or a renewed work permit.

SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH: Alachua district and community leaders begin talking about the characteristics they'd like to see in their next superintendent, the Gainesville Sun reports.

THE FINAL FRONTIER: An Okaloosa engineer wants to bring space sciences to the local schools, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.

DUAL ENROLLMENT: A Polk public high school signs a dual enrollment agreement with a private college, the Ledger reports.

SINGLE-GENDER: Two Flagler elementary schools experiment with single-gender classrooms, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

DEDICATION: A Sarasota bus driver does whatever she can to help out at one of the district elementary schools, the Herald-Tribune reports.

JOB OUTLOOK: Florida State University prepares to show students how their academic choices tie to employment after school, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.

[Last modified: Sunday, September 15, 2013 7:21am]


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