October 20, 2014

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 11/13/2013

› Florida court rules teacher data is a public record
A Florida appeals court says that data used to prepare teacher evaluations is a public record. The 1st District Court of Appeal on Tuesday sided with The Florida Times-Union in a lawsuit the newspaper filed against the Florida Department of Education.

› Criser top choice for next university system chancellor
A search committee for the Florida Board of Governors voted unanimously Tuesday to recommend Marshall Criser III, a member of the University of Florida Board of Trustees and president of AT&T Florida, as the next chancellor for the State University System.

› Disney to base three cruise ships at Port Canaveral in 2015
Disney Cruise Line will base three of its four ships at Port Canaveral during early 2015, the cruise line announced this morning, continuing its strong commitment to Brevard County’s seaport.

› 'Extreme Entrepreneurship' seminar Thursday in Melbourne
People interested in becoming entrepreneurs can get a healthy dose of ideas and enthusiasm when a national program rolls into Melbourne on Thursday. What’s more, it’s free.

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