The College of Law is currently 100th in the U.S News & World Report's law school rankings having risen steadily from 132nd when first ranked in 2010 the FIU College of Law was ranked among the Top 10 Best Value schools by the National Jurist the Best Value rating was based on three criteria: bar passage rate average indebtedness after graduation and employment nine months after graduation the FIU College of Law was also ranked 3rd amongst Florida schools for the scholarly impact of its faculty behind University of Florida and Florida State University According to the Leiter Rankings the College of Law has already made a scholarly impact that dramatically outpaces its academic reputation, Exploration Another celebrated event is the Miami International Film Festival taking place every year for 10 days around the first week of March during which independent international and American films are screened across the city Miami has over a half dozen independent film theaters. S?? Concourse E, Toll Florida 924.svg State Road 924 (Gratigny Parkway) Notable alumni College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Main article: Media in Miami, A series of biennial reports from the U.S National Research Council have reviewed the progress of CERP the fourth report in the series released in 2012 found that little progress has been made in restoring the core of the remaining Everglades ecosystem; instead most project construction so far has occurred along its periphery the report noted that to reverse ongoing ecosystem declines it will be necessary to expedite restoration projects that target the central Everglades and to improve both the quality and quantity of the water in the ecosystem to better understand the potential implications of the current slow pace of progress the report assessed the current status of ten Everglades ecosystem attributes including phosphorus loads peat depth and populations of snail kites birds of prey that are endangered in South Florida Most attributes received grades ranging from C (degraded) to D (significantly degraded) but the snail kite received a grade of F (near irreversible damage) the report also assessed the future trajectory of each ecosystem attribute under three restoration scenarios: improved water quality improved hydrology and improvements to both water quality and hydrology which helped highlight the urgency of restoration actions to benefit a wide range of ecosystem attributes and demonstrate the cost of inaction Overall the report concluded that substantial near-term progress to address both water quality and hydrology in the central Everglades is needed to reverse ongoing degradation before it is too late, A cross section of fresh water ecosystems in the Everglades with relative average water depths. The communities served are Aventura Bal Harbour Bay Harbor Islands Biscayne Park Cutler Bay Doral El Portal Florida City Golden Beach Hialeah Gardens Homestead Indian Creek Medley Miami Gardens Miami Lakes Miami Shores Miami Springs North Bay Village North Miami North Miami Beach Opa-locka Palmetto Bay Pinecrest South Miami Surfside Sweetwater Sunny Isles Beach Virginia Gardens and West Miami, In October 2001 Deputy Superintendent Henry Fraind retired under pressure after it was discovered that a clique of longtime administrators and powerful outsiders had exploited the district's vast resources Fraind had received his Ph.D from Pacific Western University (Hawaii) in 1982 a noted diploma mill, American settlers began to establish cotton plantations in north Florida which required numerous laborers which they supplied by buying slaves in the domestic market by 1860 Florida had only 140,424 people of whom 44% were enslaved There were fewer than 1,000 free African Americans before the American Civil War. Sargasso Sea Treasure hunters from the Bahamas and the Keys came to South Florida to hunt for treasure from the ships that ran aground on the treacherous Great Florida reef some of whom accepted Spanish land offers along the Miami River at about the same time the Seminole Indians arrived along with a group of runaway slaves in 1825 the Cape Florida Lighthouse was built on nearby Key Biscayne to warn passing ships of the dangerous reefs! Florida International University (FIU) (public), Banks of the North-East Atlantic, In May 2011 the paper announced it had sold 14 acres (5.7 ha) of Biscayne Bayfront land surrounding its headquarters in the Arts & Entertainment District of Downtown Miami for $236 million to a Malaysian resort developer Genting Malaysia Berhad McClatchy announced that the Herald and El Nuevo Herald would be moving to another location by 2013 in May 2013 the paper moved to a new building in suburban Doral the old building was demolished in 2014. .
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