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New St. Thomas University pandemic center to fund businesses

Roughly a third of the $3 million in Cares Act funds Miami-Dade is giving to St. Thomas University’s Center of Pandemic, Disaster and Quarantine Research will be used for local business grants, according to St. Thomas…

Teachers adapt to unprecedented world

Teachers adapt to unprecedented world

When Covid-19 hit Miami-Dade in mid-March, county-wide school closures soon followed. Teachers, students and parents, thrust into an unprecedented circumstance, had to adapt swiftly to an educational new normal in…

Miami Dade College enrollment falls 12%

Miami Dade College enrollment falls 12%

State colleges in Miami and elsewhere have seen a dramatic decline in student enrollment due to the ongoing challenging brought by the coronavirus pandemic. Student enrollment is down 5% to…

Miami-Dade public school teacher rolls hit 23-year low

Miami-Dade public school teacher rolls hit 23-year low

Public school teacher rolls in Miami-Dade have fallen to a 23-year low, according to district statistics, despite growing interest in education work that schools personnel say helped stave off a…

Educators partner to train in-demand auto workers

Educators partner to train in-demand auto workers

Coming at a time of high unemployment, automotive industry jobs are in demand and educational institutions were taking notice even before the pandemic’s economic impact.  Miami-Dade County higher learning institutions,…

Miami Dade College to retrain thousands of jobless hotel workers

Miami Dade College to retrain thousands of jobless hotel workers

Miami Dade College will receive $3 million funded through the federal CARES Act to provide professional training and administer financial relief to unemployed hotel workers.  In legislation sponsored by Commissioner…

UM, FIU shift to online but tuitions unchanged

UM, FIU shift to online but tuitions unchanged

With the fall semester approaching, both Florida International University and the University of Miami have published plans to repopulate their campuses and adapt classes to online formats. One change not…

Palmer Trinity lays out three scenarios to open

Palmer Trinity lays out three scenarios to open

As the new school year approaches, Miami-Dade County private schools are putting in place guidelines that will ensure the safety and wellness of students and faculty. Considering all possibilities, Palmer…

Barry University, Florida Memorial, St. Thomas band together

Barry University, Florida Memorial, St. Thomas band together

Within the past two years Florida Memorial University, Barry University and St. Thomas University have all appointed new presidents and focused on visible new initiatives, and now they are collaborating…

Miami Dade College business innovation center goes virtual

Miami Dade College business innovation center goes virtual

Originally set to launch back in April, Miami Dade College’s new state-of-the-art Business Innovation and Technology (BIT) Center has gone fully virtual. Designed to explore the role of technology in…

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