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Vals and Sals 2017: Top students from local high schools
Every year, the Sun Sentinel honors the top graduating seniors from South Florida high schools. Click through the gallery to meet this years valedictorians and salutatorians.
Miami Dolphins Help Student-Athletes Use Sports as Vehicle for Change
About 75 student-athletes, coaches and personnel from a South Florida school received a lesson in leadership with a little help from the Miami Dolphins.
South Florida students improve on high-stakes state tests, new data show
South Florida students appear to be getting more comfortable with the high-stakes Florida Standards Assessment. English and math scores improved in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami Dade counties overall.
Learning Programs For South Florida Students This Summer - NBC 6
School’s out for summer! We all know what that means, time for kids to have fun, go to camp, and hopefully, not become brain-dead zombies. Teachers will tell you, though, that a lot of students come back to school in the fall, having forgotten much of what they learned during the last school year. So is there a way to prevent the backsliding?
Local songwriter wins trip to L.A.
A budding young songwriter from Davie recently got the rock star experience with a trip to Los Angeles. Isabella Cring, an 18-year-old senior at Western High School, was among five winners that submitted to Constituting America's annual "We the Free" contest.
Google brings online safety program to middle school
On the same day, a Georgia newspaper reported the arrest of 15 in connection with a child predator ring that reached all the way to Oregon, a group from Internet giant Google arrived in Deerfield Beach to impress on Deerfield Beach Middle School students the importance of privacy.
Dog joins fourth grade class at Nova and 'turns school year right side up'
It’s been a yearlong case of puppy love at Nova Eisenhower Elementary in Davie. Gunther the golden retriever joined teacher Suzy Shaw’s fourth grade class in August at just 10 weeks old.
Parkland teacher recognized by county after returning from NASA mission
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A Parkland teacher was recognized Friday after she traveled to Greenland to participate in a mission for NASA. Adeena Teres was beaming as she accepted an award from Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine for extraordinary passion and dedication to science.
No funding for classroom needs? Teachers get resourceful
When a classroom needs more than a school can provide, teachers increasingly turn to strangers for help.