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An Exercise in Percentages, Graphing for Students on Election Day

Miami-Dade students were working hard on Election Day. Students who are part of the Breakthrough Miami summer and after school program visited precinct 538 — because it’s walking distance from their campus, Ransom Everglades School. They surveyed voters and processed the data themselves for a math exercise in percentages and graphing. You know we’re suckers for data, and we […]

Little Lynn University Ready For Big Presidential Debate

The presidential candidates are heading to Boca Raton, FL. President Barack Obama (D) and Gov. Mitt Romney (R) will face off at Lynn University tonight for their third and final debate. The number of reporters covering the event tonight will likely far exceed the number of students enrolled at Lynn. This small, private institution in […]

Florida’s Latino Voters More Worried About Education Than Immigration

A new poll finds Latino voters are more concerned about education than immigration. The survey looked at five battleground states in the upcoming presidential election, including Florida. While jobs and the economy are at the top of their list, Latino voters are clearly concerned about improving K-12 education. A press release from the American Federation […]

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