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MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

Most students hoping to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics from world-class academics must first score well on standardized tests to earn a seat in a college classroom. At a K-8 magnet in Coral Gables, and…

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

After extensive testing by a University of Florida research team, Miami-Dade County is one step closer to turning an expensive waste disposal headache into an income-producing asset. “Our Resources Recovery…

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

After considering various options, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, popularly known as NOAA, has determined that its existing Southeast Fisheries Science Center on Virginia Key will eventually be replaced…

Trolley tie to Florida International University derailed

Trolley tie to Florida International University derailed

A proposed trolley route serving unincorporated Miami-Dade between the City of Miami’s westernmost neighborhood and FIU hit a legislative snag last week when lawmakers in a county transportation committee shelved…

New trolley link for Florida International University

New trolley link for Florida International University

A trolley proposed beyond city limits could be a crucial link among the city of Miami’s westernmost neighborhood, Florida International University (FIU) and, through their respective connections, nearly every corner…

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

One year after Miami-Dade residents voted to tax themselves more to give teachers a raise and improve school security, the county public school district has roughly the same number of…

Schools to explore countywide college promise program

Schools to explore countywide college promise program

In diverse communities like those in Miami-Dade County, many youths struggle to gather enough financial backing to continue their education beyond high school. College promise programs can mean a real…

Miami Dade College pulls out of talks to run historic theater

Miami Dade College pulls out of talks to run historic theater

Miami Dade College has withdrawn its interest in the management of the historic Olympia Theater building at 174 E Flagler St. “After careful consideration and due diligence, Miami Dade College…

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Enrollment in Miami Dade Public Schools has slightly but steadily declined for the past five years, from 355,666 in 2015 to 347,108 this year. These counts are taken at the…

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami Business School welcomed 225 graduate students from China last week, around one-third of University of Miami’s business school total intake. Chinese graduate student enrollments doubled from last year, and…

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