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  1. Florida Continuing Education for Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons: 2003-2004 (Gaines & Coleman) by George Gaines, David Coleman, et all 2003-03
  2. History of the Public School Education in Florida by Thomas Everette Cochran, 2010-02-17
  3. Florida's Crisis in Public Education: Changing Patterns of Leadership by Arthur O. White, 1975-06
  4. How Florida Happened: The Political Education of Buddy MacKay (Florida Government and Politics) by Buddy MacKay, Rick Edmonds, 2010-03-31
  5. The Seminole Indians Of Florida - Clay Maccauley by Clay Maccauley, 2010-02-12
  6. Trying Times: Essays on Catholic Higher Education in the 20th Century (South Florida-Rochester-Saint Louis Studies on Religion and the Social Order, V. 26.) by William M. Shea, 2000-04-12
  7. Florida Santa: Is He Real? How Do We Know It? by Ruth E. Clark, 2008-02-28
  8. And They Were Wonderful Teachers: Florida's Purge of Gay and Lesbian Teachers by Karen L. Graves, 2009-06-03
  9. Access to Higher Education: Leadership Challenges in Florida and South Africa by Marty Z. Khan, 2005-12-14
  10. Private Capitol Punishment: The Florida Model by Kenneth Kopczynski, 2004-05-05
  11. Hurricane Andrew, the Public Schools, and the Rebuilding of Community (Suny Series, Education and Culture) by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr., 1995-07-01
  12. Borrowing Money for the Public Schools: A Study of Borrowing Practices in the Administration of Public Schools in Florida by Henry Rowland Halsey, 1972-06
  13. Assessment in Music Education: Integrating Curriculum, Theory, and Practice; Proceedings of the 2007 Florida Symposium on Assessment in Music Education; University of Florida
  14. Florida Education in Perspective 2003-2004: Education in the "Sunshine State"

850) 5618898 Telephone (850) 222-4702 Facsimile (850) 222-7943 Thomas W. Young, III, FL Bar 130216 Alma Gonzalez-Neimeiser General Counsel FL Bar 0781592 Florida Education General

22. Welcome To FACCS | The Florida Association Of Christian Colleges And Schools
Listing of colleges and private schools, newsletters, legislation, and employment opportunities.

23. Florida Council Of Independent Schools
Details from this professional educational association that evaluates and accredits independent schools throughout the state of Florida.

24. Florida Leader Magazine Online: The Magazine For Florida College Students
Online version of this leadership-oriented magazine for Florida college and high school students.
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Notice to Florida Leader Readers
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We thank you all for your support and hope that you will consider joining ASGA or subscribing to Student Leader magazine , our national publication. If you have any questions, please

25. Florida Board Of Education
Providing information and resources regarding the State University System of Florida. Links, contact information.
Florida Board of Education
Florida Board of Education Information
Florida Board of Education Members
Florida Board of Education - Mission
The Board of Education has stewardship for multiple aspects of education within the state of Florida. As such, the FBE holds as its mission the creation of one efficient, seamless system which seeks to increase the proficiency of all Florida students, from preschool students to students enrolled in college, by making possible the opportunity to enlarge skills and knowledge through learning environments and research which students, families and communities value. The Board also seeks to maintain a system of accountability which includes the following goals: highest possible student achievement; seamless communication and maximum access for all stakeholders; creation of a skilled workforce and heightened economic development; and delivery of efficient, high quality services. To help in accomplishing this mission, the Board of Education has organized commissions, committees and task forces to focus on various key responsibilities of education delivery within the state of Florida.
Florida Board of Education - Functions and Goals
In its daily functioning, the Department of Education (as overseen by the Board of Education), provides a single repository of educational data received from school districts, universities, community colleges and independent postsecondary schools. This enables the Department of Education (DOE) to track student performance over time and in various educational venues. The DOE is also charged with providing support and services for more than 2.6 million students, 318,000 full-time staff, 180,000 teachers, and 3,800 public schools. Additionally, the DOE serves as the teaching credentialing body for the state of Florida.

26. New Homes In Florida For Sale. New Homes For Sale, New Home Listings In Florida.
Phone Numbers for all Florida county school boards.

27. Welcome To
Information for planning and managing a student s secondary and post-secondary education experience.

28. Accelerated School Administrator Program | ASAP Portal
Provides individualized professional development that prepares school administrators and teachers to be effective leaders and educators. Overview, demo, and products.
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News Archive Accelerated School Administrator Program Research and common sense demonstrate that an effective principal is essential to school success. Throughout North America , there is a shortage of qualified school administrators and a need to develop new ones quickly and effectively. The Accelerated School Administrator Program (ASAP) helps districts to identify and guide quality candidates in a fast and efficient manner. Complement your existing professional learning program with one of our online products.
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29. Florida Association For Media In Education - FAME
Details on services from this organization of school library media specialists and individuals in related educational fields.
Batter Up! Conference 2010
Congratulations to our Conference Committee for a great conference! Thanks to the membership for their continued support!
Jim Harbin winning videos now available!
Click here to visit the Jim Harbin video site
Intellectual Freedom Scholarship
Click here for application and more details.

Buy your embroidered polo shirt and support your professional organization. These high quality polo shirts will be for sale by order only and shipped directly to you. Polo Shirt Order form [.doc format, 1 page, 229KB]
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2011 FAME Legislative Platform
Read it online by clicking on image above or download a copy [ .pdf, 2 pages, 289K
Advocacy Statement for School Librarians
Please read the new ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) position paper which place school librarians in the heart of technology deployment at a school. We urge you to print and share this document with your faculty and administration and to use it as a vehicle for planning your library program.
The Role of School Librarians in Promoting the Use of Educational Technologies
[.pdf, 2 pages, 114K]

30. Take Your Online Cosmetology Courses For Florida Here.
Offers online course for licensed salon workers and barbers to satisfy continuing education requirements.
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Our continuing education courses are board approved for State of Florida licensees and applicants. You can access our study materials, register and take the test in our website testing center, all online for free You only pay once you have passed the test Once the results have been transmitted to DBPR, you will be able to renew your license. Click HERE to get started! *Please note: you will be prompted to print your certificate, once you have paid. If you are unable to print the certificate at that time, you will be unable to access it at a later date. Please call us at 877-FAB-8520, if you encounter difficulties printing your certificate. Pricing 16-Hour Cosmetology Continuing Education (Course #6084) (Cosmetologists, Estheticians, Nail Techs Full Specialists FAB Member Non-Member 4-Hour HIV/AIDS Course FAB Member Non-Member 2-Hour HIV/AIDS Course (Course #6085) (Hair Braiders, Hair Wrappers, Body Wrappers)

31. CCLA Florida: Serving Florida's College Libraries And Students
Search Florida s community college libraries, articles and other resources.

32. The Florida Forensic League
Includes news, tournaments, events, and resources.
Welcome to the Florida Forensic League!

33. South Florida Education Center SFEC
Bus system serving schools, universities in Davie.
New schedules for Tri-Rail and the SFEC Shuttle effective May 4, 2009. The shuttle is a free bus service from Tri-Rail to the SFEC campus in Davie and back:
Tri-Rail / SFEC Express
Gets you from the Fort Lauderdale Airport Tri-Rail to the Davie campuses and back. The SFEC Express Shuttle runs every half-hour and meets most incoming Tri-Rail trains between 7:33 am and 6:43 pm and meets the last outgoing Tri-Rails at 7:58 pm (southbound) and 8:28 pm (northbound). (see map and schedule for details).
The monthly SFEC TMA discount tickets will increase from $60.00 to $75.00, this will be effective for the June pass
Enjoy our videos: Video A and Video B The South Florida Education Center or SFEC
. . . is the consortium of educational institutions located within the Town of Davie . The institutions are: Broward Community College Florida Atlantic University - Broward McFatter Technical Center Nova Southeastern University , and University of Florida.

34. Goodsleep-online
Center of excellence for sleep apnea diagnosis and care in Venice Florida. Also educates about sleep, sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.

35. Abbott Memorial School | Florida Massachusetts
PreK-8; offers information on events, council, and teacher web sites.

36. BrevardBioDiesel Blog
News about biodiesel in Brevard County, Florida. Educational material, biodiesel survey, and a national, interactive biodiesel retail location map.
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Jatropha in space
Florida Today reports on experiments by University of Florida researchers and South Florida's Vecenergy to find genetic variations in Jatropha suitable for oil production by flying samples in the International Space Station The experiments study cell cultures such as these: "We are curious to learn what genes will be activated. Maybe some of those genes could help us develop new plants," Wagner Vendrame, University of Florida associate professor of horticulture, said. "They will get a tremendous variation. We know we are going to see something. We just don't know what."
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NYTimes explores Algae as Fuel
Algae are attracting attention because the strains can potentially produce 10 or more times more fuel per acre than the corn used to make ethanol or the soybeans used to make biodiesel. Moreover, algae might be grown on arid land and brackish water, so that fuel production would not compete with food production. And algae are voracious consumers of carbon dioxide, potentially helping to keep some of this greenhouse gas from contributing to global warming. Companies/organizations mentioned include: No mention of local company PetroAlgae
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37. America's Education Guide
Online ordering of this book offering test scores and admissions criteria for public and private schools in Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker, Bradford and Putnam counties.
@import url("/stylesheets/educationguide.css"); Home Search Order About ... Contact Select a state Florida Virginia Select your local Education Guide This guide is the only comprehensive guide currently covering accredited Public and Private Schools, Colleges and Universities and other educational facilities for several major metropolitan areas in the United States.
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  • Public school grades and test scores - complete results by grade level, county and schools.x Vital information and statistics on each county school system in the region. Organized for easy comparison by grade level, county and school. Private School listings with vital information based upon our comprehensive questionnaire. State enrollment requirements, high school requirements, immunization requirements, and state scholarship information.
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38. The Tekesta Indians Of South Florida
History of the Indians who lived in southeast Florida, the Miami Circle, membership application for the Tekesta Taino Tribal Band of Bimini, Florida, an educational and cultural organization, and links.
The Tekesta Taino
Tribal Band
of Bimini, Florida The Tekesta Indians lived in what is now Dade and Broward Counties, southeast Florida, and had a capitol town, probably also called Tekesta, in Miami. Although their social structure was collapsing when their manner of life was first recorded, there is some indication that before contact with Europeans and before the hegemony of the better known Calusa Indians, they had developed a paramount chiefdom or state-level society. They were preceeded in Florida by paleoindian big game hunters, but the Tekesta and other Taino peoples who settled Bimini (the Taino name for Florida) after 8000 B.C. were quite different, representing a tropical marine adaptation imported from the Caribbean and ultimately Amazonia. The Native American population of the Caribbean was complex, but in the course of time it came to share a sense of common heritage based on genetic and geographic origin, a common language, environment, and some shared culture. The term Taino refers to this sense of common heritage that is shared by modern tribes such as the Jatibonicu of Boriken and also the historical tribes of Bimini, such as the Calusa, Timucua, Tekesta, Ais, and Jaega. Today those who are aware of their Taino heritage are struggling to define themselves in terms of it. This web page, which is sponsored by the Tekesta's fellow Arawak-speaking Taino, aims to help them toward that goal.

39. NFCC Home
Two-year college offering accredited Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees, and career and technical certificates.

40. Online High School | Online Middle School | Grades K-12 | Florida Virtual School
Online public high school offers instruction free to Florida residents and by fee to others. Scheduled courses and suggested curriculum progression, evaluation by students, parents, teachers and school districts PDF.

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