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Valdes, Gabriel M. – 1986
Florida is experiencing a renaissance in foreign language study through more substantial curriculum and admission and graduation requirements in secondary and higher education. The increase has resulted in a critical shortage of foreign language teachers, to which the state has responded with a program of incentives, financial aid, and rigorous…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Class Activities, Course Content, Curriculum Design
Valdes, Gabriel M. – 1987
In Florida, foreign language teaching has consistently followed national trends. Currently, there is a renaissance in language study. Enrollment has increased dramatically at all educational levels, due to a mandated state university system entrance requirement and two programs, the Florida Academic Scholars Program and Foreign Languages in the…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Admission Criteria, College Admission, Curriculum Development
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Bradley, Linda S. – Action in Teacher Education, 1985
The 'back-to-basics' movement has concerned many art educators. Recent legislation in Florida has ensured fine art programs in the elementary and secondary school years and strengthened the art teacher certification requirements. (DF)
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Teachers, Educational Change, Educational Legislation