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Disney and other Orlando area theme parks beefed up security this week- including additional screening at the entrance
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table- Medical Marijuana, National Security & Tourism


National security dominates the national political conversation, while in Central Florida, theme parks step up their security procedures- and OCPS tells parents it got a threat similar to the ones which other big school districts around the country have received. It’s the Friday news round table with Jason Garcia from Florida Trend Magazine, Erin Sullivan with the Orlando Weekly, and Darryl Owens with the Orlando Sentinel.
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The Satanic Temple asked Orange County Public Schools if it could hand out activity books on campus. Image credit: thesatanictemple.com
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OCPS: No Bibles Or Atheist Materials To Be Distributed On Campus


https://wmfeimages.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Sublette_religious_materials.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe Orange County Public School Board has voted to ban outside groups from distributing bibles or other religious materials in county schools. The move follows a controversial request last year from a group called the Satanic Temple that wanted to hand out activity books.
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Lockheed Martin wants middle school students like Khalil Simmons to go on to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Photo- Matthew Peddie / WMFE
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Lockheed Martin Wants ‘Pipeline’ For STEM Students


Lockheed Martin is giving Orange County Public Schools $2 million to foster the teaching of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math or STEM. The aerospace and military technology company hopes to develop a pool of skilled workers, to meet a growing need for engineers.
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