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Education

WSRE’s inStudio shines light on early childhood education

Pensacola aims to transform “America’s First Settlement” into the “First Early Learning City,” a place in which the entire community builds a culture of lifelong learning. Read full story

Training & Development

EntreCon 2016: Entrepreneur Award winners

The results are in, and the winners of the 2016 Entrepreneur Awards, sponsored by Studer Community Institute, are ready for their close up Read full story

Education

Montclair Elementary looking inside and out to get back on top

First-year Principal Hollie Wilkins believes that her students and staff can again rise to top as a high-performing A school in Escambia County. Read full story

Shannon's Window

SkillsUSA helps Pensacola highlight a path to success

Getting another shot at hosting the SkillsUSA conference from 2018-2020 gives Pensacola the chance to shine a much-needed light on the importance of career education. Read full story

Studer Community Institute

Connecting the link between schools and families

Several numbers in the Studer Community Institute dashboard stand out to Stan Connally, president and CEO of Gulf Power. Read full story

Education

What career academies bring to the table

More than 10 years after Escambia's first "all-career academy" high school opened, a second of the district's seven high schools this year is tracking all students through the career-oriented curriculum model. Read full story

The Bluffs

The Bluffs a long-range vision for growth

Residents near the area in north-central Escambia County have hope, questions about project

The Bluffs industrial campus economic development project spurs excitement, questions about the effort that FloridaWest is undertaking to bring the project to life. Read full story

Education

Program could help teachers put STEM in their summer

Gov. Rick Scott touted a paid summer residency program for teachers to see how STEM works in the working world. Only two Pensacola area companies are in. Read full story

Economy

Can we get our economic mojo working?

The Gulf Power Economic Symposium highlighted the strengths of the Pensacola metro area's economy — and suggests the key to our future is humility. Read full story

Triumph Gulf Coast

A ‘living endowment’ for region’s economy

Triumph Gulf Coast's charge is to use BP money to boost the regions economic prospects

The five board members of Triumph Gulf Coast, charged with investing $1.5 billion in BP oil spill fines, got their marching orders Tuesday. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

Pensacola Network celebrates two years and 2,000 connections

The Pensacola Network is celebrating two years and 2,000 connections on Friday evening, but the genesis of the networking events goes back farther, with the seeds planted on a short drive down U.S. 98. Read full story

Environment

Remembering Hurricane Dennis 10 years later

Hurricane Dennis made its mark on the Panhandle and Santa Rosa County a decade ago this week. Dennis came ashore near Gulf Breeze at about 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, 2005. Read full story