At FLCOE, we want our educators to teach their students in hands-on, engaging ways with opportunities for discourse and interaction.  Typically, orientation allows us to emulate this for our educators through training that not only equips them for a successful year but also builds relationships through conversations and enjoyable interactive experiences.  This year we were…

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The competition was stiff to be sure, but good-natured, high-spirited and guided by a wealth of chef-expertise Orlando’s home cooks would surely love to have in their own kitchens as the Edible Education Experience (EEE) hosted the Iron Chef Jr. cooking competition at the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden in College Park.…

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The Florida Conference Office of Education (FLCOE) is intentional about growing their educators. Murray Cooper, the Associate Superintendent for Administration, leads in the area of principal recruitment, retention, and success. In this position, he provides opportunities for principals to learn and fellowship at scheduled intervals in Principal Advisory. During the February 2020 Advisory, principals formed…

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School treasurers work quietly behind the scenes in a critical role. They keep accounting records and make sure schools have the financial controls to operate successfully. Each year the Florida Conference Office of Education holds a meeting for all the treasurers. This provides the opportunity for networking, sharing ideas to help with their day to…

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On January 6 – 8, teachers from the south and the north, the east and the west, gathered under the collaborative umbrella of the Florida Conference to engage with God, their community, and each other. National, state, and local presenters and trainers ministered to the hearts, minds, and souls of educators who often find that…

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