August 24, 2019

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Despite trends, some public colleges say they are fighting to keep in-state students home

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Published on 8/22/2019

The car mechanic trade is dying. Can Florida's technical colleges train the technicians of the future?

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Published on 8/15/2019

What's new in Florida education?

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Published on 8/8/2019

Back-to-school tax free weekend 2019: The shopping holiday is longer and includes technology

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Published on 8/1/2019

Florida continues computer science push, hoping to train more teachers, enroll more students

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Published on 7/25/2019

New program seeks to help people saddled with student debt; 2.4 million Floridians owe $85.5 billion

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Published on 7/18/2019

Florida wants to amass reams of data on students' lives

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Published on 7/11/2019

South Florida's Top 50 high schools

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Published on 6/27/2019

Bright Futures scholarships will be harder to get in 2021

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Published on 6/20/2019

Teaching in Florida vs. around the world

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Published on 6/13/2019

Florida leads nation in declining undergraduate enrollment

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Published on 6/6/2019

Israeli, Florida universities agree to work together

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Published on 5/30/2019

Florida education commissioner suggests takeover authority for long-struggling schools

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Published on 5/23/2019

Florida ranked first in the nation for higher education

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Published on 5/16/2019

Gov. DeSantis signs controversial bill arming teachers in Florida public schools

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Published on 5/9/2019

Major education bill to create new school voucher and redo teacher bonuses passes Florida House

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Published on 5/2/2019

Negotiators agree on $12.4 billion for Florida school funding

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Published on 4/25/2019

Florida teachers call for increase in education spending with statewide walk-in

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Published on 4/18/2019

University wealth management programs in Florida

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Published on 4/11/2019

2019 Aspen Prize awarded to two Florida colleges

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Published on 4/4/2019

In narrow victory, Miami Dade College adjunct professors win right to form union

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Published on 3/28/2019

USF's presidential search is heating up

The search to select the University of South Florida's seventh president will move forward this week with a series of events open to the campus community and the public. Read more »
Published on 3/14/2019

Ron DeSantis and GOP poised to redefine Florida public education

With a much more conservative Florida Supreme Court and a Legislature dominated by fellow Republicans, there is little to stop DeSantis from realizing former Gov. Jeb Bush's vision for overhauling public education. Read more »
Published on 3/7/2019

Lawmakers say Florida's universities have a ‘systemic problem' with spending

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Published on 2/28/2019

UCF Board of Trustees to consider President Dale Whittaker's resignation

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Published on 2/21/2019

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