Ron DeSantis, Richard Corcoran Announce Next Phase of Florida Pathways to Career Opportunities Grant...
Almost $2.8 million was awarded to school districts, colleges and private entities to either start or expand registered apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs throughout the state.
Al Lawson Calls on Congress to Include Funds for College Students in Next Coronavirus...
Lawson led a letter to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, on the matter.
FEMA Sending Almost $2.5 Million to Reimburse Bay County Schools for Hurricane Michael Recovery
Hurricane Michael hit the Sunshine State back in October 2018.
Chris Sprowls, Spectrum Present Check to Help Tarpon Springs Elementary School With E-Learning
As many classrooms and assignments have shifted online, students and schools in more rural and low-income areas have faced challenges with broadband connectivity and access to reliable devices.
Larry Robinson: FAMU Continues to Make Progress Despite the Pandemic
While the pandemic presented many unforeseen obstacles, it also brought opportunities, Robinson said. The university was able to increase its online and remote course offerings, while also addressing the technology needs of students, faculty and staff.
Gus Bilirakis: Congress Needs to Pass School Suicide Prevention Bill
With Tuesday being World Teen Mental Wellness Day, Bilirakis showcased a proposal he is backing to “encourage schools to implement evidence-based suicide prevention training for students in grades 6 through 12.”
Joe Biden Nominates Gwen Graham for Assistant Secretary Post at Education Department
“Gwen Graham, who honed her commitment to public service as a leader in Florida’s local public schools, is a respected former Member of Congress with a reputation for fairness, compassion, and problem-solving,” the White House noted on Friday
Marco Rubio Wants State Department to Report on Religious Intolerance in Saudi Arabia
“The Saudi government must honor its commitment to remove references from their textbooks that direct hatred and incite violence towards other religions,” Rubio said. “Providing that type of educational material to children is dangerous and undermines counterterrorism efforts. We cannot give Riyadh a free pass as it attempts to maintain this hateful, violent content in its educational materials.”
Thermo Fisher Scientific Backs Just Project to Offer Free COVID Tests at HBCUs
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., a leading global company serving science, announced this week that it will continue support for the Just Project, a national...
Florida Southern Named Top Christian College in the Sunshine State
Florida Southern College (FSC) was named the top Christian college in Florida for 2022 by EDsmart, a nationally recognized publisher of college resources and independent rankings. Florida Southern...
Ashley Moody Wants the Supreme Court to Reverse Federal Decision on Public School Coach...
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced this week that she is “fighting to protect the religious freedom of public-school employees.” Leading 26 other states, Moody...
Marco Rubio Continues Fight for New Home Loan Program for Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Teachers
This week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., doubled down on his support of “a new home loan assistance program that makes homeownership more accessible...