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  2. School choice in Florida - Wikipedia

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    In 2017-18, private school support reached $641 million, aiding 108,098 children in 1,818 schools. In 2019 it reached nearly 4% of the K-12 population of nearly 2.78 million students. The number of charter schools in Florida reached over 658 in 2018-19, serving 313,000 students. Family Empowerment scholarships were created in 2019.

  3. Florida Parental Rights in Education Act - Wikipedia

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    The Florida Parental Rights in Education Act, commonly known as the Don't Say Gay act or as the Don't Say Gay or Trans act, is a Florida state law passed in 2022 that enacted several statutes to regulate public schools in Florida.

  4. Jefferson County Schools (Florida) - Wikipedia

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    Howard Academy - The school for African-American students before desegregation. The first building opened in 1936 with a second in 1940. The last building opened in 1957, as a K-8 school, with high school grades coming in 1960. In 1970, schools were integrated and it became the middle school for the county.

  5. Marion County Public Schools - Wikipedia

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    about 43,000. Staff. about 6,000 [2] Other information. Website. www .marionschools .net. Marion County Public Schools (MCPS) is a public school district that covers Marion County, Florida. The district has its headquarters in Ocala, Florida .

  6. African American studies class blocked in Florida high schools

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    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has blocked a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies from being taught in high schools, saying it violates ...

  7. Florida blocks high school African American studies class

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    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' administration has blocked a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies from being taught in high schools, saying it violates state law and is ...

  8. History of Sarasota, Florida - Wikipedia

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    The earliest known identification of the area known today as Sarasota, Florida, was identified on a sheepskin Spanish map from 1763 with the word "Zarazote" written over the location of present-day Sarasota and Bradenton. [1] The municipal government of Sarasota was established when it was incorporated as a town in 1902. [2]

  9. Julia Nesheiwat - Wikipedia

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    Military Intelligence Corps. Battles/wars. War in Afghanistan. Iraq War. Awards. Bronze Star. Julia Nesheiwat is an American national security adviser who served as the 10th homeland security advisor in the Trump administration from 2020 to 2021. [3] She also served in the Bush and Obama administrations.