Saturday, September 21, 2019
“The one-of-a-kind research will analyze the motives and barriers to ethical behavior in an academic setting, and the resulting ethical attitudes and actions exhibited by students. It also examines the extent to which these ethical attitudes continue once students enter the engineering workforce,” the university noted. 
On Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida Department of Education (DOE), the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and CareerSource Florida honored Workforce Development Month.
This week, Saint Leo University, a Catholic school based in Pasco County, announced it will offer a new Bachelor of Arts degree in emergency management which will start in January.
The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) launched a new campaign this week to crack down on young people from threatening violence at their schools while showcasing its app to report potential threats.
With the new school year, the University of North Florida (UNF) has set record-high enrollment numbers. 
The Grove Museum, Goodwood Museum and Gardens and the Tallahassee Museum will be hosting “Invisible Lives Tours” on Saturday, focused on slavery.
Florida placed fourth in the latest rankings for the second year in a row.
The Florida Council of 100 released “Horizons 2040 Project: Grades PreK- 12” which looks at the education challenges and opportunities the state will face over the next two decades.
While the University of Florida and Florida State University moving up the ranks garnered most of the attention in the Sunshine State, another school in the state made its mark in the newest U.S News and World Report’s rankings of the best colleges in the nation.
On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., spoke at the Heritage Foundation on the future of higher education and his efforts to keep higher education costs in line and help students enter the workforce. During his speech, Scott announced five proposals to lower the cost of higher education.