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Florida Memorial University gains from California partnership

Florida Memorial University gains from California partnership

Miami Gardens-based Florida Memorial University has been reaping the benefits of a partnership established less than 10 months ago with more than 100 community colleges on the West Coast by…

University of Florida’s Algebra Nation boosts passing rates

University of Florida’s Algebra Nation boosts passing rates

Algebra Nation, a program developed by the University of Florida’s Lastinger Center for Learning, has dramatically increased pass rates in end-of-course algebra tests, especially for minority students. It’s free, available…

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FYI Miami: March 23, 2017

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. IT’S SMART…

Filming in Miami: March 23, 2017

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

Deborah Korge: Women’s Fund director prioritizes economic security

Deborah Korge: Women’s Fund director prioritizes economic security

Deborah Korge was named executive director of the Women’s Fund Miami Dade on Jan. 1. She said it’s a new year and new beginnings for her.  Ms. Korge, who was…

Too much time in permitting is too little money for Miami

Too much time in permitting is too little money for Miami

We used to learn by the grapevine that getting a building permit was slower in one city than another. For example, we always heard that Coral Gables could take seemingly…

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

A second Miami city commissioner is going after a provision in the zoning code that allows for large-scale developments with relaxed conditions called Special Area Plans, or SAPs. Commission Chairman…

Relief for traffic jams when Brickell Bridge opens

Relief for traffic jams when Brickell Bridge opens

Some relief for traffic jams when the Brickell Bridge opens may be ahead, Downtown Development Authority directors have heard. Chair Ken Russell, a Miami commissioner, met with Jim Wolfe, Florida…

Frustration builds on Flagler Street renovation

Frustration builds on Flagler Street renovation

Frustrated with on-again, off-again progress on Flagler Street’s renovation from the Dade County Courthouse to Biscayne Boulevard, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority might consider hiring its own project manager. The idea…

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