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Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran’s executive order calls for schools to  open brick and mortar campuses five days a week in fall.

Back To School Order Raises Concerns

This week Florida’s education commissioner Richard Corcoran released an executive order telling schools that they will have to open up brick and mortar campuses five days a week in fall. Intersection host Matthew Peddie spoke to Elizabeth Albert, president of the Volusia United Educators, about how teachers are responding to the executive order. 
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Jodi Pena-Castaldi. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Helping Floridians Navigate The Affordable Housing Crisis

A recent report named the Orlando metro area as the worst place in the country for affordable housing, with many locals struggling to find homes and rentals within their budgets. Jodi Peña-Castaldi with Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida explains the impact of the affordable housing crisis.
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