Every year for the last decade, the number of college students enrolled in at least one online course has increased.
With high school graduation just a week away and before students head off to college, some of South Florida’s ‘Great Grads’ deserve to be in the spotlight.
Millions of students enroll in college every year and the competition to get in gets tougher each semester, which is driving students to excel at high school at any and every cost.
In today’s economy there are still plenty of people looking for work. However, there are also companies seeking out students to give job opportunities to even before they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas.
Can the name of a University solidify the reputation of its students and guarantee their financial future after graduation, or will it just leave students stewing in deep debt?
Conflicting opinions on whether a tutor’s advertising banners should be banned or not, based off of his steamy past, arose on Wednesday.
South Florida parents looking for a top high school to enroll their child in may not have to look any farther than their own proverbial backyard.
Florida’s sweeping education bill is being signed into law Monday by Gov. Rick Scott. The bill changes tough graduation standards, while also setting the stage for the University of Florida to take the lead in online education in the state.
Gov. Rick Scott will get the $480 million he wanted for education pay raises. But barring a last-minute change of heart by legislative negotiators, he will not get an across-the-board, $2,500 increase for classroom teachers.
Florida lawmakers sent Gov. Rick Scott a far-reaching education bill that undoes a much-lauded bill from three years ago.