Florida Senate Says Yes To More Help For College StudentsIt may be about to get quite a bit easier for college students to afford their tuition in Florida.
Surprise! Miami Teacher Receives $25K Milken Education AwardA South Florida teacher received the surprise of a lifetime Friday as he was honored with the Milken Educator Award and a $25,000 prize.
Here’s Why These Education Tax Breaks Are At RiskHigher education tax breaks may be on the chopping block as lawmakers try to reconcile the House and Senate tax bills before Christmas.
Broward's 2018 School Year To Start Earlier Than UsualBroward County Public School students will head back to class a few days earlier next school year.
DeVos: Mobile App Coming For Federal Student Aid ApplicationCollege students will soon be able to file their applications for federal student aid through a mobile app, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Tuesday.
Teens From This Place Have The Best Social Skills & Smarts, Study Says Teens from this place can add another feather to their caps for having top smarts and socials skills, according to a new study.
Homework: Is It Beneficial For Young Students?Elementary schools across the country are debating whether or not homework is beneficial for young students.
State Senate Pushes To Expand Bright FuturesAn additional 44,000 Bright Futures students would have their scholarships expanded under a bill approved by the Senate Education Committee.
Florida Virtual School To Accept 20,000 Displaced Puerto Rican StudentsTwenty thousand Puerto Rican students, impacted and displaced by Hurricane Maria, will be accepted by Florida Virtual School to continue their education.
Universities Seek Funding Boost In 2018 SessionThe Florida Board of Governors on Thursday approved a $5.1 billion budget request for the state university system.
Mentors Help Teens "Build" On The FutureA group of current and former J.P. Taravella High School students are ahead of the game on many fronts.
Nelson Pitches Plan To Ease Student DebtMeeting with college students and recent graduates dealing with the burden of student debt, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson on Friday outlined legislation that would cap rates on federal undergraduate loans at 4 percent and allow the refinancing of older loans at lower rates.