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SCHOOLS TO GET WINDFALL ANNENBERG PARTNERSHIP BRINGING $100 MILLION Series: THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION
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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: BILL HIRSCHMAN Education Writer Staff Writer Ledyard King contributed to this report.
Date: Aug 23, 1996
Start Page: 1.A
Section: LOCAL
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South Florida's public schools will receive up to $100 million because the Annenberg Foundation has approved joining a partnership with local governments, businesses and citizens to help pay for education reform.

The Southeast Florida Annenberg Regional Challenge - overseen by a coalition of local business leaders and educators - will pay for break-the-mold pilot projects in schools in Broward, Palm Beach and Dade counties during the next five years.

Among the local citizens and firms pledging support: American Bankers, BankAtlantic, BellSouth Foundation, Blockbuster Entertainment, Dade County Youth Fair, The Dreyfoos Group, Greenberg Traurig, the Huizenga family, Leonard Miller of Lennar Homes, Jim and Jan Moran/JM Family Enterprises, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Miami Herald, the MacArthur Foundation, NationsBank, the Sun-Sentinel and the McCormick Tribune Foundation, and SunTrust.

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