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Fla. universities eyeing 7 percent tuition increase

Updated: 06/14/2011 - TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Trustees at six of Florida's 11 state universities have unanimously agreed to raise tuition by 7 percent. That's on top of an 8 percent increase ordered by the Legislature for the next academic year.

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FCAT Score Released - Okaloosa Tops The State

Updated: 06/06/2011 - FCAT scores in math and reading were released earlier Monday and the kids with the best scores live in Okaloosa County. District administrators there praise passionate teachers and a system of pairing talented educators with struggling students.

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Margaret K. Lewis and Chautauqua Graduations

Updated: 05/21/2011 - Two special graduation ceremonies took place Friday in Panama City for students of two Bay County schools that teach students with disabilities.

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Rutherford Graduation

Posted: 05/20/2011 - Another class of Bay District Schools' seniors has graduated.

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Mowat Middle School 8th graders visit Ground Zero just days after Bin Laden's death

Updated: 05/06/2011 - Panama City - When Mowat Middle School teachers planned the 8th grade field trip to New York instead of Washington D.C. this year, they obviously didn't know Osama Bin Laden would be killed. The timing of the Navy Seal mission made the group's visit to Ground Zero far more educational. Instead of just learning history, the students say they got to see it unfold.

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School Choice Expansion

Updated: 04/29/2011 - Right now just 14-hundred students receive money from the state to leave a failing school for a better school in their district. But the Florida Legislature hopes to expand the school voucher program. A bill to expand the definition of a failing school is at the heart of their plan to grow the voucher program.

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Port St. Joe 5th Grade teacher wins Golden Apple award

Updated: 04/29/2011 - Port St. Joe - This week's Golden Apple award winner is a 5th grade teacher at Port St. Joe Elementary School. Mrs. Brenda Wood has been teaching for 22 years, but for her and her students, each day is a brand new adventure.

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Golden Apple award winner has been teaching longer than most of her colleagues have been alive

Posted: 04/22/2011 - Bristol - This week's Golden Apple award winner has been teaching for decades. Betty Wilson is a second grade teacher at WR Tolar K-8 school in Bristol. During her career, Mrs. Wilson has taught every grade from kindergarten through middle school. This year is her last in the classroom. "I don't want to tell you how many... but 40 plus years," said Mrs. Betty Wilson. She has been inspiring students to learn, grow, and succeed for more than 4 decades. "I just can't think of anything I would rather be doing."

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