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For the city-run charter schools in Pembroke Pines, raising money to keep them running is an uphill battle. The charter schools don't have access to the same tax money that funds Broward County Public Schools, so they turn to alternative sources of...
Young people face a tough road when it comes to making positive decisions concerning their future. Bullying, alcohol and drug use, teen pregnancy, intolerance and bias, suicide and juvenile delinquency are all too evident in their daily lives. Despite...
BROWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND UNITED WAY OF BROWARD COUNTY TEAM UP FOR INSPIRING MARCH AND RALLY TO EMPOWER YOUTHIt’s time to cheer today’s youth and tomorrow’s future! On Saturday, May 18, thousands of students throughout Broward County will come together for a one-of-a-kind youth rally. Called “Above the Influence,” the event...
Castle Hill Elementary School's monthly parent night programs were recently honored as recipients of a Broward County Public Schools Community Involvement Award. The Everyone Counts Family Program was honored alongside parents, volunteers, mentors, and...
National Week of the Ocean Inc. culminates its 34th "Festival Season" by honoring community leaders and marine educators on Mother Ocean Day, May 18 at noon. The following individuals and organizations benefit our South Florida marine environment and are...
Education Kevin Wagner, associate professor and director of graduate studies in Florida Atlantic University's Department of Political Science, was chosen to be an academic fellow on the study of terrorism by the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies...
Staff writerOne group of South Florida moms will be worshiped from afar today, not surrounded by brunches and family dinners. They wouldn't have it any other way. Mother's Day is also the final day of the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition...
Seniors Brooke Denton and Andres Badel and fourth-grader Gavin Ostrow reach out relentlessly to challenged or needy students. The three inspire others as they do. Denton, 18, of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, focuses on her special...
The way Conrad Forbes sees it, there is more to being an educator today than teaching reading, writing and arithmetic. And there is more to being an educational administrator than supervision and maintaining order. Sometimes, educators have the chance...
If Simone Graham had known that she'd been nominated for a Broward County Public Schools community involvement award, she might have been less stunned when she received the letter informing her that she had won in the category of Mentor of the Year,...
When Paul Fazio, president of Sonny's Enterprises, first became involved with Coconut Creek's Atlantic Technical Center and Technical High School about a decade, he had a firm idea of what he wanted to accomplish. "My motivation was that I believe...
In an admission that not all Florida high schoolers want to go to college, lawmakers are creating a three-track system where the diploma you earn depends on what you want to do after graduation. A bill passed by both houses of the Legislature creates two...
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