Achieve Escambia: ask teachers what works

August 3, 2016

In my Outtakes column for Aug. 4, I recommend that Achieve Escambia survey the teachers of the Escambia County School District to find out what is working and what isn’t in the classrooms. Staff surveys helped…


Podcast: Abraham Lincoln as a father

August 2, 2016

Pensacola historian Alan Manning discussed yesterday on “Pensacola Speaks” his book “Father Lincoln.” He discussed a human side of Abraham Lincoln that has previously been explored by historians. Manning talked about how he was inspired by…

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SETSCO announces classes starting in August

July 30, 2016

Rosters are filling at the Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company for this fall’s menu of Shakespeare-related classes. In addition to acting, the conservatory offers courses in stage combat, improvisation, monologue performance, and the music in Shakespeare’s plays.…


MESS Hall tackles sports science next week

July 29, 2016

The Olympics are celebration of strength, endurance, and… science. Next week, August 1-7, the MESS Hall explores the science of sports. Test your reaction time and get a workout with just a clothespin. Build gymnasts that…