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Students converge on Tallahassee. A graduate makes a documentary on Nelson Poynter. An Arab-American journalist will discuss social media and the Egyptian revolution.
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Two-thirds of teens reported being harassed because of perceived or actual appearance, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, race/ethnicity, disability or religion.
Snuggling up to the union has never worked out particularly well for Pinellas County School Superintendents.
The "Parents’ Guide to Student Success" provides an overview of what your child will learn at each grade level as the Common Core State Standards are implemented.
The three minute Parents for Pinellas Students survey seeks parent's thoughts on public education and is open through Monday, July 23.
Another dance with the old partners
Students took time out of spring break to attend an exciting dolphin observation cruise guided by NOAA marine mammal researcher Dr. Ann Weaver.
Janet Clark announces her candidacy for a third term on the Pinellas County School Board.
Canterbury students grow lettuce in a hydroponic garden to donate to the manatees in rehabilitation at the Lowry Park Zoo hospital.
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