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Focus on Education By Raphael E. Rogers, Associate Professor of Practice, Clark University Nervous. Concerned. Worried. Wary. Unprepared. This is how middle and high school teachers have told me they … more
From the Orange County Public Schools Newsroom It started with an idea, grew into innovation, and finally well-deserved recognition for some very talented students at Apopka and Wekiva High … more
National Collegiate Athletic Association in April said it will consider pulling events from states that pass transgender athlete bans By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida became the … more
Critical race theory surmises that racism is embedded within American society and institutions By John Haughey | The Center Square The State Board of Education (BOE) on June 10 will ponder … more
Now entering the sixth year of its Blue School Grant Program, the St. Johns River Water Management District (the District) anticipates offering up to $20,000 in grants for education projects that … more
Help train today's interns to become tomorrow's workforce at no cost to you From the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Apopka The Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce and the City … more
Applying to college is a complicated process, so the College Board has created a program that guides students through it. more
From Chevrolet and the Foundation for Orange County Public Schools To celebrate and honor Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3 - 7, Chevrolet and the Foundation for Orange County Public Schools … more
By Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix Florida’s early-education system will see significant changes in hopes of better preparing the state’s youngest learners, as Gov. Ron DeSantis signed … more
Focus on the Legislature By Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix How much more should be spent to increase the starting salaries of Florida teachers? There’s no agreement yet on the … more
By Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix Families and educators every year prepare their students for key state exams. What they might not know, is that federal education law requires that 95 … more
The University of Florida leads the statewide rankings this year, while the University of Central Florida ranked third From SmartAsset Recently a study was released by SmartAsset that … more
This scholarship is in honor of Alice Beth Miner, a resident of Apopka, who was well known for her community involvement and outstanding dedication UPDATE: The deadline for applications is now … more
From the Orange County Newsroom The 14-day rolling positivity rate in Orange County has dropped to 5.49%. Just four days ago, it was 6.1%. As of Monday afternoon, vaccination appointments … more
Four new Florida mass-vaccination sites will be opening within the next two weeks, in Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville and Tampa By Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix Governor Ron DeSantis on … more
Program aims to offer young adults access to college experiences, training opportunities, and paid Internships From the City of Apopka The City of Apopka, Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, … more
By John Barton When people think of mental health disorders, they often think of depression. But that is certainly not all it entails, as there are others like eating disorders, anxiety, … more
From Danielle J. Brown, Florida Phoenix As of Thursday, over half of U.S. states allow some or all teachers to be eligible for COVID vaccines, according to data from Education Week. But not … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square Nearly 88,000 students, 3 percent of Florida’s anticipated 2.76 million K-12 public school enrollment, are “missing” and unless the state’s 74 school … more
Faith & Inspiration By Charles Towne She sat there engrossed in the puzzle. She enjoyed puzzles, had for years. There had been so many, many puzzles. There had been puzzles of ships on turbulent … more
From the Orange County Newsroom A quarter of a century ago, 8-year-old Chickasaw Elementary student Ashely Van Wagoner predicted that in 2020, Orange County residents would be “driving to work … more
By Judy Nelson, a freelance, student writer You should know that getting into a college in Florida can sometimes be challenging. However, it is not impossible. You must prepare for the process … more
Two new programs launching this week with The Apopka Voice: Supporting local charities through advertising, and the Student Journalists Internship The Apopka Voice c rossed a milestone last … more
The Conversation Editor’s note: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid – better known as FAFSA – is being simplified through the omnibus spending bill that became law in December. The … more
By Allen Brown There are countless reasons a parent might look into international schooling options for their child. Contrary to popular belief, international schools aren’t only for ex-pats and … more
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