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Time to change FCAT says Governor Rick Scott

FCAT testing in an ad on television, and Governor Scott is doing the talking. Some think that this is a campaign ad designed to improve Scott’s image, and others think he is getting on a train that has already left the station ...

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Judge rejects teacher evaluation rule

Florida education officials did not properly carry out part of a 2011 law that has fueled a long-running controversy about linking teacher performance and pay ...

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Obama’s mixed record on appointed judges

But there is another battle underway that is receiving less attention but is at least equally important – the fight to appoint federal judges. ...

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Choices in politics unleash a raging political storm

Such a warning just may escape the reality of politics. ...

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The domino effects of debt: Student loans trigger financial stress from students to retirees

heavy student loan debt delays the ability of young graduates to buy a home and in the worst scenarios, ...

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Because ignorance is chosen

tolerance I seem to have for BLACK folks who seem to have the I’ve got mine, and I am comfortable, and I really don’t give a care if you get yours or not attitudes ...

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A Failure to communicate

Don’t blame it on the alcohol. If Barack Obama loses his Presidential re-election bid, blame it on the Democrats! ...

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DCCC Plan ‘have his back’ campaign educates Black voters

Democrats must ensure that their members and supporters get out and vote ...

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How to create an AIDS-free generation of Black youth

AIDS-free generation, advocating for young people must be central to our work — a subject that we need to place top of mind during this back-to-school season ...

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Music makes the world go around

My assumption that you are indeed very likely to listen to music today is an educated one, as results from new Nielsen Entertainment and Nielsen 360 studies show that music is an everyday activity for most people in this country ...

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