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President Barack Obama and the two Florida governors

President Barack Obama will be in Miami today to tout a high school's reinvention -- with the help of federal dollars. By his side, former Gov. Jeb Bush, a Republican who shares some of Obama's views on revamping education efforts in the U.S.

And though Florida Gov. Rick Scott has made clear his opposition to most everything Obama administration-related, his schedule for today shows that he'll be at Miami International Airport for Obama's arrival on Air Force One.

The president will visit a classroom at Miami Central Senior High School with Bush and Education Secretary Arne Duncan. He'll also deliver remarks on how "winning the future in education will require investments," as well as reform at the state and local levels. Duncan has a column in today's Miami Herald.

Then POTUS is off to fundraisers for Bill Nelson and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is leading her party's efforts to protect its most vulnerable incumbents in 2012.