September 1, 2014

Education

A Boost for Schools

Charlotte Crane | 6/1/2007
Florida's Great Northwest gave regional school systems $1 million in nine grants to create school career academies or accelerated math and science training at middle or high schools. Awards came from the federal Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development grant. Awards went to a Panama City academy; Port St. Joe and Marianna high schools; two academies in Tallahassee; Bay and Escambia County School systems; Jefferson County High School; and Franklin/Liberty County high schools.

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