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Talent Dividend

Classrooms, Dorms Emerging On New Florida Poly Campus

Absolute Mobile Solutions Combines Internships With Philanthropy

Hillsborough Adopts New Online Gradebook Edsby


TIP: It's Chic To Be A Geek At This Summer Camp

WellCare Contributes $1M To Step Up For Students

Single Gender Schools Score High Marks For Kids


Encore Tampa Bay Combines Personal, Social Fulfillment

3 Florida Cities Rank Among America's Smartest

Pinellas Students Flock To Summer School

More College Grads Study Science, Math, Technology

Florida's Universities Expand Online Degrees

Florida Lawmakers Push New Online Degree Programs

GED Exams Will Soon Be Offered Online

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By increasing the number of college graduates in Tampa Bay by 1 percent of our population, $3 billion would be generated in additional personal incomes, or revenue. Annually. That's why the Tampa Bay region is competing with 57 other U.S. cities/regions, including Pittsburgh, Memphis, Cincinnati and Oklahoma City, for a $1 million prize that will recognize success in attaining college degrees through the Talent Dividend.

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