Sunday, July 5, 2020
“The North Florida Community College project provides the opportunity for middle school students in high poverty rural areas to pursue their interest in STEM,” the congressman’s office noted.
“We have long decried the endless issues associated with Common Core, and we are taking action to eliminate every last shred of it from Florida’s academic standards...," Corcoran said on Monday.
In the report, Adam Andrzejewski, the CEO and founder of OpenTheBooks.com and a Forbes.com columnist, notes that Florida placed fourth in the nation and received $5.6 billion in student loans.
“The recent college admissions scandal reveals the extent to which inequitable practices in colleges and universities have been allowed to fester,” she said. “As the former president of the University of Miami and Hunter College and chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison."
“There is simply no denying that choice works, particularly for minority and low-income students,” said Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran. “These results represent hundreds of thousands of Florida families who were empowered to make the best education decisions for their children and are reaping the benefits."
Florida TaxWatch also looked at true costs of charter school and private school scholarships. 
The truth is that “big education” is a corrupt, massive racket that unfortunately enjoys widespread public support, not to mention seemingly unending public funding fueling self-styled superiority. How is it possible for this 800-pound gorilla to remain invisible for the most part in our national conversation?
The bill “directs the Secretary of Education to provide assistance to the immediate families of K-12 teachers or other school employees who are killed by another person’s violent act during their performance of duties for a public or private school.
As a former high ranking administrator in higher education, freshman U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., has a lot to say about the bribery scandal that rocked elite schools this week--but the GOP offered a reminder that she oversaw some corruption during her time at the University of Miami.
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.