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Broward teachers and students win second arbitration

Broward teachers and students win second arbitration Broward high school teachers must be paid for teaching additional hour By John Ristow     FORTLAUDERDALE,  FL – For the second time in two months, another arbitrator has ruled in favor of Broward high school teachers whose instructional schedules were changed outside of the contract agreement between the Broward Teachers Union and School Board, forcing th ...

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City of Lauderdale Lakes distributes new recycling carts

The City of Lauderdale Lakes is launching a new Clean and Green Recycling Program, including new 64 gallon recycling carts ...

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Gregg with Jet Lyfe Entertainment giving away back to school supplies

Gregg with Jet Lyfe Entertainment giving away back to school supplies and tickets for our Back 2 School Bash ...

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High school schedules update: BCPS response to new Arbitration ruling

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) received a new arbitration ruling regarding the District’s change to high school schedules for the 2012/13 school year ...

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Prince II Kings partners with FLPD Police Athleic League

The Fort Lauderdale Police Athletic League and Prince II Kings are hosting their 2nd Annual Literacy Contest ...

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Motorists urged to follow school bus safety laws

Florida Department of Education reminds motorists throughout the state to practice safe driving around children and near school zones, and to be extra aware around school buses. ...

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One of LA’s most notorious drug dealers is now dedicating his life to charity

Freeway Ricky Ross ran a criminal drug enterprise that earned him more than $600 million distributing cocaine that was used to sponsor CIA-backed Contra Rebels in Central America. ...

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Sonshine wins statewide litter prevention and education campaign

Sonshine Communications, a full-service public relations, marketing and advertising agency headquartered in North Miami Beach, Florida, was awarded a three-year anti-litter media and marketing campaign - a first of its kind - by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). ...

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Student achievement really matters in 2013-2014

What really matters as we voice our concerns about the coming school year? We should have the same aspirations for all of our students since the school and its programming is our priority. ...

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Six myths about grief

Six myths about grief ...

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