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Stephanie Murphy, Mike Miller Spar in Final Debate of Central Florida Congressional Race

The hotly contested district is generally split between Democrats and Republicans with both parties seeing it as a bellwether of where the nation will go after November.

Ron DeSantis Signs School Safety Bill Into Law

On Tuesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a school safety proposal from state Sen. Joe Gruters, R-Sarasota, and state Rep. Fred Hawkins, R-St....
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Florida Universities Adopting More Political Correctness, Teaching Mandatory Classes on Racism

With Black Lives Matter, Antifa, riots and the Defund the Police movement on center stage this year, some of Florida’s universities have decided to approach these issues raised by this development with a focus on education.

Ron DeSantis: Back to School Sales Tax Holiday Will Save Florida Families More than...

As Florida families prepare for another school year, this week, Gov. Ron DeSantis encouraged Floridians to save money on school supplies from Monday through...

Florida TaxWatch Looks at True Cost of Education in New Report

Florida TaxWatch also looked at true costs of charter school and private school scholarships. 

Florida Delegation Splits on Party Lines On $1.3 Trillion Appropriations Bill

The bill, which covers Defense; Commerce, Justice, Science; Energy and Water Development; Financial Services and General Government; Labor-HHS-Education, and Transportation-HUD funding, cleared the House on a 217-197 vote as 12 Democrats joined every Republican and U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, I-Mich., in voting against it. 

Ron DeSantis Showcases More Than $123 Million Headed to HBCUs Across Florida

This announcement comes in advance of the 145th anniversary of Mary McLeod Bethune’s birthday, celebrated on July 10.

UF’s Lastinger Center for Learning, Impact Florida Launch Analysis on How Coronavirus Pandemic Impacted...

Through one-on-one interviews and surveys in both English and Spanish, the Lastinger Center for Learning will interview students, parents, teachers and administrators across Florida on how the pandemic impacted education.
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