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Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft’s new Learjet service facility at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport will bring not only $100 million in capital investment and 300 jobs but also an engagement with local schools to train…

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts nears completion

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts nears completion

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts are nearing completion, according to Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho. “We are…

Interim president takes Florida Memorial University reins as Barry starts its hunt

Interim president takes Florida Memorial University reins as Barry starts its hunt

Two Miami-Dade universities are facing leadership change. Florida Memorial University is welcoming a new interim president this month. Barry University has one year to say goodbye to its president before…

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Miami Dade College and Florida International University both saw increases in summer enrollment after Gov. Rick Scott signed a law in March allowing top-performing students to use their Bright Futures…

New St. Thomas University presidents targets enrollment gains

New St. Thomas University presidents targets enrollment gains

St. Thomas University has selected a new president. A search committee has chosen David Armstrong, current president of Thomas More College in Kentucky, to be the private school’s next leader,…

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami commissioners are looking to Miami Dade College to run the vintage 1926 Olympia Theater downtown. Ken Russell’s resolution for the city manager to explore the idea is on tap…

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

More parents seeking personalized attention and smaller classrooms for their teens are driving up interest in Miami-Dade’s private high schools, where application numbers are rising with tuition increases steadily following…

Teacher shortages rife in state and throughout Miami-Dade

Teacher shortages rife in state and throughout Miami-Dade

As the school year nears its end, the Florida Department of Education continues to point to teacher shortages in vital subject areas across the state and throughout Miami-Dade County. “Historically,…

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Most colleges and universities in Miami-Dade are seeing the enrollment of international undergraduates rising as their numbers decline nationwide. Florida is an exception, said Florida International University economics Professor Jorge…

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

In anticipation of preparing their students to become well-rounded entrepreneurs, local universities have taken the initiative to streamline their programs and classes within their business schools to help nurture and…

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