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January 31, 2019

So Long

On February 11, 2019, this web site will be permanently deactivated and no longer be accessible to a visitor like you.

(Written by Stephen McKenney Steck, (Title graphic - Rob Kammel/KMDG. Photos – CMF Public Media)

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April 22, 2011

Mass Transit in Central Florida

Mass Transit in Central FloridaOn this Heard in Central Florida, you’ll hear remarks offered by two leaders of regional planning and transportation agencies. They are MetroPlan executive director, Harold W. Barley, and Lynx chief executive officer, John M. Lewis, Jr. Each discuss the role mass transit will play over the next 5-years in Seminole County and Central Florida.
Feature Length — 59:46

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Health Care Reform

Health Care Reform (photo - Michelle Morales)On this Heard in Central Florida you’ll hear remarks offered by Dr. Aaron Liberman on the subject of Health Care Reform.

Dr. Liberman is Professor of Health Services Administration at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. A more detailed resume of his career and credentials may be found on our website.
Feature Length — 58:58

Photos courtesy - GK Sharman and CMF Public Media

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April 14, 2011

Commentary: How Jesus has not failed me

Dr. Donald W. Sweeting commentary
Feature length 3:49
Dr. Donald W. Sweeting, recently inaugurated as president of Reformed Theological Seminary in Oviedo, Florida, commenting on “how Jesus has not failed me.”

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Hispanic Students in Seminole County

The Hispanic population in Florida increased by 57% in a decade. The student population in Seminole County Public Schools is 18% Hispanic. And Hispanic students have a high dropout rate. These statistics put pressure on the school system and Hispanic students adapt and improve. Two Hispanic high school students and the Coordinator of the ESOL and World Languages program describe the challenges faced by Hispanic students and the programs that assist them (length 20:58).
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