DeSantis easily chowed down on New College, but Disney’s Reedy Creek is a porterhouse steak


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r the last month, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has changed the trajectory of money-losing New College of Florida. The plan is already in motion, moving the school away from its meandering journey into left-wing academic experimentation and toward what the governor’s allies have described as a more focused and traditional academic path. Ti


e will tell whether the changes will pay off, but for now

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