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“Three-year bachelor’s degrees need to become the norm,” report says

Starting today and next week, Florida State University will be offering informational sessions about how students can get out of college early -- meaning...

Public school demographics are changing: Minority students now dominate many school systems

Five years ago, educators, demographers and reporters took note of an education milestone: White students no longer would be the majority in the nation’s...
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What students around the nation are thinking about school safety and mental health

With mental health issues in the forefront in Florida after the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a new nationwide survey is gauging...

Former school Supt. got lucrative benefits after being suspended, then reinstated

Former Okaloosa school superintendent Mary Beth Jackson – suspended, then reinstated by Gov. Ron DeSantis – was able to get lucrative educator retirement benefits,...

Florida has 10 million-plus workers: Here’s a snapshot of who they are

Florida’s workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, older and better educated, according to a new Labor Day-related report from Florida International University.With more than 10...
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State cracking down on whether schools are really teaching courses required by law

Following a scandal related to teaching the Holocaust and questions about whether African American history has been ignored, the Florida Department of Education is...

How a tough move by the governor turned into a drain on taxpayers and...

Just three days after his inauguration in January, Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order suspending a Panhandle school superintendent over alleged “neglect of...
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Florida’s most troubled elementary schools

This isn’t good school news, but it’s what families and the public should know about.The Florida Department of Education posts a list each year...

Is President Trump to blame for drop in international student enrollment?

For many years, international students have been part of the fabric of higher education, steadily increasing enrollment in United States colleges and universities.But in...

Holocaust instruction at schools would be expanded under lawmaker proposals

In sweeping proposals adding depth and breadth to what’s taught about the Holocaust, two South Florida lawmakers filed legislation today that would require the...

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