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Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer addresses the media at a testing site in West Orlando as commissioner Regina Hill looks on. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Reopening Businesses And Monitoring Health


As more businesses open up, health officials and civic leaders are watching the data closely to see what impact the reopening may have on coronavirus cases. Orlando city commissioner Bakari Burns, and WMFE health reporter Abe Aboraya join Intersection to discuss the risks of reopening and how testing is being done.
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Central Florida News

Brevard Superintendent: Florida Testing System In Need Of Reform


Central Florida students will soon be sharpening their pencils to take high stakes tests. Students aren’t the only ones affected by their outcomes. A new Orange County report shows little evidence Florida’s teacher merit-pay law is raising student achievement. The state legislature adopted the law in 2011. It ties teacher pay and promotions to how students perform on standardized tests. Brevard Superintendent Desmond Blackburn weighs in.
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