In just the third and fourth quarters of last year, there were around $166.4 billion in student loan delinquencies that have been in default for 90 days or more.
Szymanski, the sixth president of the University of North Florida, will be inaugurated on Friday and plans to make a major gift announcement.
An investigation led to the firing of four administrators and the resignation of UCF Board of Trustees Chairman Marcos Marchena. Now Whittaker could be gone as well.
Dr. Richard Giordano, who worked for more than 25 years in public education as a teacher and secondary school principal, has written a new book “Ineptitude, Conformity, and Obfuscation: The Fraud of Teacher Evaluation in the Public Schools.”
The board plans to do a search for a new president in the coming months and hopes to have that leader in place when Libby retires.
Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman Terrie Rizzo came out swinging against the proposal.
A heavy favorite to win reelection, Gelber showcased his accomplishments as mayor, including creating an inspector general’s office for the city, passing a GO Bond program to help more than 50 capital projects, education reform, expanding city trolleys and adding police officers to every public school.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has hit the ground running and, after a little more than a month in office, has won strong support in Florida.
Clay County School Board is creating its own police force, Florida has the potential to become the biggest medical marijuana market in the nation by 2021 and the Florida Education Association gives some support to Governor Ron Desantis' teacher pay proposal.
The governor’s office reviewed his record on hurricane recovery, the environment, his three appointments to the state Supreme Court, his call to end Common Core in Florida, backing Israel, supporting medical marijuana and his first proposed budget.