Florida Legislators Want Parents, Not Just Students, to Know About School Mental Health Services

This week, state Sen. Gayle Harrell, R-Stuart, and state Rep. Christine Hunschofsky, D-Parkland, teamed up on a bill to update “school services to ensure...

Ron DeSantis: DOJ Sending $291 Million to Boost Public Safety Across Florida

The Sunshine State is also getting public safety money thanks to a proposal from two congressmen in the Florida delegation. 

Florida A&M Continuing Remote Operations Through at Least May 15

During this period, essential personnel are expected to continue to report to campus, unless otherwise authorized by their supervisor and vice president. Employees who are unsure about their status as essential personnel must seek guidance from their supervisor.

Florida Leads the Nation in Higher Ed Rankings for Third Year in a Row

Florida placed second in both two-year graduation rate and tuition and fees. The Sunshine State ranked eighth in both four-year graduation rate and low debt at graduation.
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Sodexo, UNCF Launch New Scholarship Program for HBCUs, Including Two in Florida

The program will be administered by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). Students from more than 20 schools, including Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach and Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, will be eligible for the program.

Ron DeSantis Issues Executive Order Letting High Schoolers Graduate, Third Graders Advance Without State...

“Over the past year and beyond, Florida has led on prioritizing the education and wellbeing of our state’s students,” said Gov. Ron DeSantis. “This emergency order will empower students, families and teachers with data on students’ progress and growth and provide them with the necessary tools to create the best educational experience for each individual.”
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Ron DeSantis, Richard Corcoran: Florida Leads the Nation in AP Exam Participation

“Once more, Florida’s students have demonstrated their serious commitment to education as they continue to place third in the nation in Advance Placement (AP) test results,” said Gov. Ron DeSantis. “High school graduates who succeed in these AP courses are on the path to personal, academic and professional success and should be congratulated.”