Tuesday, Miami-Dade College accepted the first scholarships ever for undocumented immigrants. The move, a sidestep around the immigration debate, is changing the lives of dozens of students who could only dream of going to college.
As the 2014 election cycle kicks into gear, Governor Rick Scott is now calling for more spending, specifically $30 million a year on a new job training program.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football team lost nine scholarships over three years due to the Nevin Shapiro scandal, but the school is hoping the NCAA may give the school credit for self-enforced scholarship restrictions.
The NCAA’s Executive Committee has decided to gradually reduce the scholarship penalties against Penn State University for the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
A House Republican filed a bill Wednesday that would require future recipients of Bright Futures scholarships to reimburse the state if they do not graduate or if they go to work outside of Florida.
The Southeastern Conference made changes to its two biggest cash cows, basketball and football, Friday that left some coaches very angry.
If your child was depending on a Bright Futures scholarship in the years ahead, you should be considering how you’re going to make up for the cuts approved in the Florida Legislature.
In what may be an unpopular political move, the state legislature is considering a proposal to reduce a popular merit-based scholarship program.
If you haven’t signed your child up for the Florida prepaid tuition program, then you’re out of luck if the new Senate budget is adopted.
Low-income students who plan to attend college may get some financial help from a Miami-Dade community agency. The agency is accepting applications beginning Friday for educational scholarships.