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Florida Institute of Technology has most student athletes in state

By Florida Business Daily reports | Dec 26, 2018

Florida Institute of Technology ranked No. 1 for student athletic participation in the state, according to a Florida Business Daily analysis of college sports participation.

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SOUTHERN TECHNICAL COLLEGE: Hiring- Welding Instructors

By Press release submission | Dec 24, 2018

Southern Technical College is now accepting resumes for Welding Instructors to teach welding and fabrication skills at our Orlando, FL campus.

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SOUTH ORLANDO YMCA FAMILY CENTER: Hiring- Teachers & Assistant Teachers (ages 0-5) at The Learning Center Operated by The Central Florida YMCA

By Press release submission | Dec 24, 2018

We are currently seeking dependable individuals with a passion for early childhood education to join our team as year-round Assistant Teachers and Teachers

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University of Central Florida reports 40 percent on-time graduation rate

By Apopka Times reports | Dec 7, 2018

Students attending University of Central Florida had an average graduation rate of 40 percent, according to the most recent data on four-year universities nationwide compiled by the U.S. Department of Education.

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University of Florida among schools with lowest drop in acceptance rates

By Florida Local News Network reports | Dec 5, 2018

One Florida university made a list of 20 schools that defied recent trends and posted the smallest decreases in student acceptance rates over the past 12 years, according to a new study by BusinessStudent.com.

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NEMOURS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL: Nemours and UCF Transform Education for Hospitalized Children

By Press release submission | Nov 19, 2018

Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando and UCF today announced the launch of PedsAcademy (PEEDS-Academy), a first-of-its kind program that provides highly specialized schooling to chronically ill, hospitalized children in a way that’s tailored to their specific disease.

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ORANGE COUNTY LIBRARY SOUTHEAST BRANCH: Disney's history lives on in Orlando library collection

By Press release submission | Oct 15, 2018

Up in the downtown Orlando library’s fourth floor, if you know where to look, there is a collection of Walt Disney World history that’s enough to make a Disney fanatic’s head spin.

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OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: Senior Reading Students

By Press release submission | Oct 3, 2018

Senior Reading Students: There are FOUR opportunities to meet your reading graduation requirement in October.

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WYNDHAM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: International Walk To School

By Press release submission | Oct 3, 2018

We encourage our families to walk to school on Wednesday October 10th.

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WINEGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Celebrating Our Favorite Book Characters!

By Press release submission | Oct 3, 2018

Join us in celebrating our favorite book characters!Instead of wearing costumes, students are asked to dress as their favorite book character or academic vocabulary word on Wednesday, October 31.

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WINEGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Practicing Positive Recycling Efforts

By Press release submission | Sep 27, 2018

Winegard Elementary Patriots are practicing positive recycling efforts.

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ORANGE TECHNICAL COLLEGE - MID FLORIDA CAMPUS: Preparing Students for a Non-Traditional Path

By Press release submission | Sep 24, 2018

OCPS Superintendent Dr. Barbara Jenkins was the featured speaker at the September 19th luncheon event for the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce.

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ORANGE COUNTY LIBRARY SOUTHEAST BRANCH: Booktoberfest Returns to the Orlando Public Library

By Press release submission | Sep 24, 2018

Booktoberfest is following White Rabbit to the Orlando Public Library this October for a night of Wonderland-themed beer, food, music and games.

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LAKE NONA HIGH SCHOOL: WKMG teams up with LNHS

By Press release submission | Sep 24, 2018

Orange County Public Schools partnered with WKMG Local 6 to give students the opportunity to produce videos that would air on the news station.

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