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WMBF Highlights Algebra Nation in Florence, South Carolina

Local news features Algebra Nation in Southside Middle School, located in Florence South Carolina.

Clay Today Covers Lastinger Leadership Training in Clay County

Clay County Principals began Lastinger’s successful inquiry-based leadership training.

EdSurge Highlights Precision Education and Algebra Nation

Lastinger online tuoring system Algebra Nation makes strides towards precision education.

Palmetto Business Daily Highlights Lastinger’s Coaching Work in Charleston

The Lastinger Center recently certified sixty-seven literacy coaches who completed Lastinger’s prestigious coaching model.

The St. Augustine Record Highlights Lastinger STEM Work

The Lastinger Center’s groundbreaking work was featured in St. Johns County’s STEM initiatives.

Palm Beach County-Lastinger Center Partnership featured in Palm Beach Post

The Palm Beach Post highlighted the peer-coaching initiative that began with the partnership between the UF Lastinger Center and Palm Beach County.

The Gainesville Sun Highlights Winning Reading Boost

Winning Reading Boost was mentioned as being part of focused efforts on boosting schools with higher numbers of struggling students. Find out more about Winning Reading Boost here.

Miami Today Highlights Algebra Nation

Miami Today discusses the many successes of Algebra Nation.

Lastinger Center Conference Inspires Teachers

Read about the successful International Teacher Leadership conference. Find out more about the #TLconference here.

Lastinger Center Opens Office in Miami

The Miami Herald covers the Lastinger Center’s office within the new UF Coral Gables location.

Winning Reading Boost Featured on PBS

Watch WEDU Quest’s coverage of Winning Reading Boost in Monroe Elementary in Pinellas county. Please note that the feature about Winning Reading Boost begins at 19 minutes into the video.

Algebra Nation Pilot Program featured in Mississippi Newspaper

The Chickasaw Journal covers the Algebra Nation pilot program offered through the Mississippi State Department of Education.

Algebra Nation Announced in Michigan

Algebra Nation will be funded by the legislature and supported by the Michigan Department of Education to their services aligned to Michigan’s Mathematics Standards.

The Lastinger Center and Promethean Partner to Help Train Teachers

The UF Lastinger Center for Learning has partnered with the company Promethean World Ltd. to improve how educators teach at under-achieving schools. Colorado educators will begin learning from the program this Summer.

UF Announces Virtual Learning Lab Team

The University of Florida is assembling researchers from multiple fields to seek solutions in two areas of 21st-century education – personalizing online math instruction and adapting educational technology for students with visual impairments.

The Orlando Sentinel features UF Coaching

The Orlando Sentinel features Seminole County’s peer-coaching initiative in a partnership with the UF Lastinger Instructional Coaching Program.

WUFT Features Story on Lastinger Center Coaching Publication

WUFT features the Lastinger Center’s contribution to research on encouraging school districts nationwide to adopt teacher coaching to promote student success in the classroom.

WUFT promotes The Lastinger Center's contribution to Instructional Coaching.

The Orlando Sentinel features Florida Teacher Leader Fellowship

The Orlando Sentinel covers the Fellowship’s goals, including forming a network of teachers that will take learning back to their schools and districts.

The Tampa Bay Times covers Winning Reading Boost

The Tampa Bay Times published a story on how the Lastinger Center, Kevin Gordon, a provost at St. Petersburg College, Clarence Williams, a pastor at Greater Mt. Zion AME, and State Rep. Darryl Rouson united to bring an effective reading program to struggling schools in Pinellas county.

The Tampa Bay Times covers Winning Reading Boost

Politico Florida covers Winning Reading Boost

Politico Florida discusses how the UF Lastinger Center is in talks with lawmakers about piloting the  Winning Reading Boost program in from five to 15 schools in three different districts, with the total cost not exceeding $1.5 million.