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Teaching Math And Science In Central Florida

As Florida’s population grows, so does the need for teachers. And here in Central Florida, on the doorstep of the space coast, there’s a push to encourage STEM education. We talk to Lisa Dieker and Jessica Granahan about a program to give emerging teachers in that field a boost.
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Kim Kleman. Photo: Report For America

Solving The Problem Of News Deserts

As media outlets struggle in the face of shrinking ad revenue, there are fewer reporters covering local politics, city hall, and other important beats. Report for America aims to change that by putting emerging reporters into so-called ‘news deserts.’
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A Closer Look At The US Constitution

The US constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America, but how much do you really know about it and how much attention do you pay to the constitution day to day? Joining Intersection to discuss one of the founding documents of the country are Barry University associate professor of law Eang Ngov and University of Central Florida Political Science professor Aubrey Jewett. 
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SpaceX CRS-19 mission launched supplies to the International Space Station from Cape Canaveral. Photo: Elizabeth Gondar, WMFE

The Year In Space With Brendan Byrne

From the creation of the newest branch of the military, Space Force, to pushing the limits of scientific discovery in deep space, it’s been a busy year for space news. 90.7 space reporter Brendan Byrne opens his notebook for a look back at the year that was, and a glimpse of what’s to come in 2020, as commercial companies get closer to launching astronauts into orbit once more from US soil. 
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