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Class of COVID-19: An Education Crisis for Florida's Vulnerable Students
In this Florida Public Media production, journalists explore the high costs of the pandemic for children and young adults who faced some of the greatest obstacles to success in school well before COVID-19 upended public education. For the full series, visit classofcovid.org.
There Goes The Neighborhood: Miami—Part 3
Life and loss in Little Haiti, where residents find themselves in the path of a land rush. WLRN and WNYC Studios present the final episode of a three-part series on climate gentrification.
There Goes The Neighborhood: Miami - Part 2 (From The Stakes)
The fear of mass displacement isn’t paranoia for black people in Liberty City. It’s family history. WLRN and WYNC studios present the second episode of a three part series on climate gentrification.
There Goes the Neighborhood: Miami—Part 1 (from The Stakes)
The sea level is rising--and so is the rent. WLRN and WYNC studios present the first episode of a three part series on climate gentrification.
Chartered: Florida's First Private Takeover Of A Public School System
Florida’s first all-charter school district was engineered by unelected state bureaucrats at then-Gov. Rick Scott’s Department of Education, funded by the state Legislature and carried out by a charter school network based in South Florida, nearly 500 miles away.
Florida City Mom Makes Prom Special For Teenage Girls After Her Daughter Was Killed
For the last couple of years, a school bus driver in Florida City has made prom possible for dozens of teenage girls in South Miami-Dade.
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