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When ‘universal’ pre-K really isn’t: Barriers to participating abound

Florida Education News-South Florida Sun Sentinel 7/13 3:15A Tribune News Service
Elaine S. Povich | Stateline.org (TNS) When Tanya Gillespie-Lambert goes to an event in a local park in Camden, New Jersey, she takes a handful of brochures about free preschool with her. She has no hesitation about approaching strangers — moms...

Davie Police investigating death of man inside NSU University School

Florida Education News-South Florida Sun Sentinel 7/11 7:36A Shira Moolten
A man was found dead Thursday at the Nova Southeastern University School in Davie, police say. Davie Police were investigating at the school as of 1 p.m., according to Sgt. Kelvin Urbaez. The death appears medical-related, based on preliminary...

UF kicks pro-Palestinian protesters out of school for up to 4 years

Florida Education News-South Florida Sun Sentinel 7/9 8:12A Vivienne Serret
GAINESVILLE — In secretive hearings, the University of Florida set aside recommendations to lightly punish some of the college students arrested after pro-Palestinian protests on campus and kicked them all out of school for three to four years....

Simplify Your Life with Substitute Teacher Lesson Plans

Teaching in the Heart of Florida 7/8 8:06A Rissa
By Rissa Hanneken Substitute teacher lesson plans. You know you need them, but back to school is such a crazy, busy time that prepping them keeps falling lower and lower on your never-ending to-do...

Want to be the Sun Sentinel’s science and technology intern? Here’s how

Florida Education News-South Florida Sun Sentinel 7/2 9:37A South Florida Sun Sentinel
The South Florida Sun Sentinel is pleased to announce the formation of a reporting internship in the fields of science and technology, which is designed to give undergraduate or graduate students interested in those fields an opportunity to spend...

Broward schools consider more cellphone restrictions — and even ban

Florida Education News-South Florida Sun Sentinel 6/29 1:00A Scott Travis
Broward students may soon have to drastically curtail their cellphone use at school, as School Board members try to curb what they see as a growing problem the devices have on mental health. The School Board is considering a change to student...
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