Articles in Category: 'Mark Pudlow'

By: Kenric Ward | Posted: April 29, 2010 6:40 PM

"There are two parts to this story:

"The first one is the celebration of Marco Rubio as our party's nominee. Never in our party's history have we witnessed a 65-plus point swing in a statewide campaign involving two well-known candidates. Kudos to him. Marco has risen to become a darling of Republicans nationwide and is the heavy favorite to become a U.S. senator before the age of 40.

 
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By: By Kathleen Haughney The News Service of Florida | Posted: February 3, 2011 3:55 AM
 

The chairman of the Senate’s education committee is setting the stage for a lengthy debate over teacher pay by inviting former D.C. public schools chancellor Michelle Rhee to testify before his committee next week.

 
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By: By Kathleen Haughney The News Service of Florida | Posted: December 13, 2010 4:05 AM

A push for struggling schools to lengthen the school day may become a part of a larger education reform debate that lawmakers have hinted will be a major part of the spring 2011 legislative agenda.

 
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By: Kenric Ward | Posted: October 14, 2010 4:05 AM
 
Super-sized glossy campaign fliers are landing in the mailboxes of school employees, courtesy of the Florida Education Association.
 
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By: Kenric Ward | Posted: September 21, 2010 4:05 AM
 
Now that the Florida Supreme Court has given Amendments 5 and 6 a clear run to the Nov. 2 ballot, it's up to voters to decide whether the so-called FairDistricts proposals will make for improved representation in the Legislature and in Congress.
 
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By: By Kathleen Haughney The News Service of Florida | Posted: June 26, 2010 4:05 AM

All of the major candidates for governor are pushing for the change in the state Constitution that dictates how large school classrooms can be, which could let some classes increase slightly in size.

Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow for a more lenient way of counting students to give schools flexibility on meeting class-size requirements touted the positions of the gubernatorial candidates in a release Wednesday, saying the candidates were putting policy over politics by unanimously supporting the proposed change in the law.

 
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