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Putting Education Reform To The Test

Roll Call: Debating The Trayvon Martin Case; Tuition Hikes Delayed?; Program Can’t Deliver Promised Scholarships

Miami high school students are debating the issues surrounding Trayvon Martin’s death, in Tuesday’s education headlines.

Carol City ethics students examine Trayvon Martin case – Trayvon Martin – MiamiHerald.com Students at Trayvon Martin’s former high school are hashing out the issue surrounding his case. (miamiherald.com)

UF, FSU may delay charging “market rate” tuition until fall 2013 – South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com Neither the University of Florida nor Florida State University are likely to implement higher tuition next year if Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill into law. Florida says they need a year to get their computer system ready. (sun-sentinel.com)

Teaching program promised scholarships, but funding is shaky – Tampa Bay Times A program that promised scholarships to students who agreed to become teachers is now telling those students they may not receive the scholarship. (tampabay.com)

Juniors in Palm Beach, Broward counties take readiness test – South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com High school students are taking a new test to determine how ready they are for college, but some say not every students needs to take the test. (sun-sentinel.com)

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