The future could possibly be a little dimmer for some of Florida’s upcoming high school seniors who plan to apply for the Bright Futures scholarship.
A Broward County teacher who was arrested in February for allegedly forcing a student to clean a dirty urinal with his bare hands no longer faces any charges.
It’s not quite match.com, but a group of senior medical students at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine will find out Friday who they’ve been matched with to do their residency training.
Senators started moving forward Monday with a sales-tax holiday for back-to-school shoppers, but the proposal is a week shorter than requested by Gov. Rick Scott.
A post on Facebook has cost a Miami teenager’s father an $80,000 legal settlement.
The desire for success has driven some college students to the hospital. Many of them have taken prescription drugs to get better grades. They are referred to as “study drugs” and are easy to get and easy to abuse.
A veteran teacher accused of forcing a 10-year-old student to clean a clogged urinal with his bare hands is speaking out for the first time, saying she would “never want to hurt a child.”
Miami’s very own influential poet Richard Blancois has set up a program to help others reach their dreams.
Lawmakers will consider a plan this spring that would fund the state’s 12 universities based in part on performance, a move that could see some universities lose money and others gain it.
A bill backed by the National Rifle Association that lawmakers said would add “common sense” to zero-tolerance policies for guns in public schools sailed through a House education panel on Wednesday.