This week, the Florida Department of Education launched a request for proposals (RFP) for the first phase of $10 million in grants to establish new or expand existing apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs.
Two members of the Florida delegation--Democrat U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala and Republican U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz--are teaming up to push more transparency for Americans with student loans. Shalala and Gaetz are championing the “Student Loan Disclosure Transparency Act” which they...
Continuing her “#BackToSchoolOAG" campaign to “provide information about internet safety, the dangers of drug use, risks associated with vaping and more,” Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody turned her focus to e-cigarettes on Wednesday.
With higher education costs increasingly a concern across the nation, two legislators from Florida are looking to expand college scholarships for eligible students in Florida College System schools and career centers.
With children across the Sunshine State going back to school this week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is stressing school safety.
With young Floridians ready to go back to school, state Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis is urging families to look at how student loans will impact their financial futures.
Last week, Florida's First Lady Casey DeSantis announced more than 60 schools in six counties across the region will have telehealth portals as the area recovers from Hurricane Michael which hit Northwest Florida in October.
The Broadband Field Technician Apprenticeship program is, according to the governor’s office, a “self-progression program that will allow enrolled employees to control the direction of their own careers and gain more in-depth knowledge about their jobs and the industry, at no cost to them” and employee who finish it “will receive an industry-recognized broadband field technician certification that they can carry with them throughout their careers.”
While he might be new to the Tallahassee campus--which is connected with Tallahassee Community College (TCC)--Riggs is no stranger to Flagler in general, having served as an associate professor of history and associate dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences of the college’s main campus in St. Augustine.
While waiting to see what school districts will decide and what security measures they will follow, some parents simply don’t want to take a chance.