This week, Dr. Louis Algaze was selected by the State Board of Education to serve as the executive director of the Florida Virtual School (FLVS).
A proposal to help Americans behind on their student loan payments championed by members of the Florida delegation on Capitol Hill is coming to Tallahassee.
It will not be easy – it will take strategic foresight, determination and diligence, and most importantly a commitment from everyone, but I know that after we heal the sick, we can also heal our broken economy and get back to work.”
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.
Their legislation would ensure states can’t suspend, revoke or deny professional, teaching and drivers’ licenses if people are behind or have defaulted on their student loans.
At the end of last week, U.S. Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., announced the federal government is sending $25 million to five higher education institutions in his district which stretches along the Atlantic Coast from St. Johns County down to Volusia County.
As members of the military, we were called upon to perform our work under extraordinary circumstances and in remote locations far from our homes. If we can do that for our country, it means we are more than capable of choosing what school works best for us.
On Monday, his last full day in office, outgoing Gov. Rick Scott released a public letter outlining her accomplishments during his eights years in Tallahassee. Florida Legislators and Fellow Floridians: When I ran for Governor of Florida in 2010, I promised...
Looking to recruit advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) based in the Sunshine State, the new program will be mostly online with three campus visits. The program will take six semesters to complete 30 credit hours.
Noting that the 28 schools in the FCS ensure Florida is ranked second nationally by U.S. News and World Report, Florida TaxWatch unveiled its findings which showed that for every dollar invested in the system, Florida reaps between $10.80-15.42 in addition to thousands of new jobs.