One is even an assistant principal.

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[ Sadness greets USF decision to close education college. ‘It’s wrong.’ ]
That concern for the fate of teaching and public education in Florida came through loudly among the educators who remembered their own experiences at USF.

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‘But if USF didn’t have a College of Ed, I would not be in a classroom, impacting thousands of lives over all these years,’ said Mattison, Hillsborough County’s 2013 teacher of the year. ‘Countless former AP Literature students of mine are teachers now. One is even an assistant principal. They are all products of my classroom and the USF College of Ed. Never could I have imagined this domino effect.’

Mattison and many others like her expressed shock and dismay at the University of South Florida’s announcement this week that it would shutter the undergraduate degree program in the College of Education that has prepared thousands of teachers over the past six decades.

Publisher: Tampa Bay Times
Date: 2020-10-16T19:45:39.242Z
Twitter: @TB_Times
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And here’s another article:

Sunburn ‘ The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics ‘ 10.6.20

Just off embargo ‘ UNF poll: Joe Biden up in Florida by 6 points ‘ Of the voters surveyed, 51% indicated they intend to vote for Biden, versus 45% who stated they would vote for President Donald Trump; 1% of respondents said they would vote for someone else while 3% are still unsure. When asked whether they agree that November’s election results will be fair and trustworthy, 72% said they somewhat or strongly agreed. The Public Opinion Research Lab released the pol showing the former Vice President as the frontrunner. Results also reveal a majority of Florida voters believe state officials have eased off social distancing restrictions too quickly.

Publisher: Florida Politics – Campaigns & Elections. Lobbying & Government.
Date: 2020-10-06T12:20:04+00:00
Twitter: @Fla_Pol
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