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Dr. Devin Stephenson approved as president of Lakeland’s Florida Polytechnic University

Learn about the new president of Florida Polytechnic University and his vision for academics, STEM focus, and fostering innovation.
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A court says a charter school is a state agency

An appeals court ruled that a charter school is a “state” agency and upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit stemming from a playground accident.

Police state? Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered a heightened police presence on university campuses during graduations

Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered a heightened police presence on state university campuses during graduation ceremonies last week.
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The Scoop: Tues. May 7th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Discussion by college leaders about fostering diversity on campuses, and, join the awareness campaign during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
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The Scoop: Mon. May 6th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Discussion by college leaders about fostering diversity on campuses, and, join the awareness campaign during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
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UF shutdown case will be heard at Florida Supreme Court on June 5

The potential class-action lawsuit is one of numerous similar cases that were filed in Florida and across the country.

Local Education News with Jessica Vaughn

Florida is now LAST in the nation in teacher pay, according to a recent survey reported by the National Education Association! We discussed that, the State's pre-emption of the allocation of state education funding, the...
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Transportation is among Tampa’s and St. Petersburg’s clean energy challenges: Insights from the 2024 scorecard

The Hillsborough County School Board has approved putting the question before voters about a tax increase
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The Scoop: Tues. April 30th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Discussion by college leaders about fostering diversity on campuses, and, join the awareness campaign during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
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The Scoop: Mon. April 29, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Spinning fish linked to algae bloom toxins Toxic algae blooms in Florida waters from the Keys to Boynton Beach are causing fish to spin themselves to death. Scientists, led by Florida Fish & Wildlife Section...
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Navigating Florida’s home insurance challenges: Insights from a Clearwater roundtable

The Hillsborough County School Board has approved putting the question before voters about a tax increase
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Controversy stirs as the incoming Florida Poly president’s contract is discussed

The Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees this week could potentially approve a contract for incoming president Devin Stephenson.

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