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  1. Self-proclaimed Nazi banned from University of North Florida — but allowed to remain a student

    College

    A self-proclaimed Nazi is banned from the University of North Florida's campus — but will remain a student, university officials said.

    Ken Parker, a self-proclaimed Nazi, stands in front of the Robert E. Lee monument in New Orleans on May 7. He was banned from the University of North Florida's campus after school officials said he posed a risk to student safety. (Photo for the Washington Post by Annie Flanagan)
  2. A year after impasse, Pasco school contract talks run more smoothly

    Teachers

    LAND O'LAKES — Representatives from the Pasco County school district and the United School Employees of Pasco sat together several times in the weeks leading to Thanksgiving break, trading contract proposals amid (mostly) amicable conversation.

    Representatives from the United School Employees of Pasco, left, hold contract talks Nov. 9, with district negotiators. The sides are nearing an agreement.
  3. When school is out, a Pinellas camp for autistic kids offers a much-needed service

    K12

    ST. PETERSBURG — Matt Wiseman's cellphone rings at least once a week, usually after 9 p.m., with a call from a desperate parent.

    Volunteer Dawn Culpepper twirls Aurie Solomon, 6, of St. Petersburg, at the Pinellas Autism Project's camp during Thanksgiving week. The nonprofit group holds social events and camps during school breaks for high-functioning children with autism, a much-needed service in Pinellas County. [SCOTT KEELER   |   Times]