Florida Commission Rules University Was Wrong For Firing Union MembersA state commission has ruled that a Florida university was wrong to fire union members who had complained about problems or participated in collective bargaining.
NRA: Campus Carry Bills 'Will Be Back'Failed efforts to allow people to carry concealed weapons on college campuses and to allow some public-school employees and volunteers to be armed will be back before lawmakers next year.
Senate Committee Approves Textbook Tax BreakA measure aimed at making college textbooks more affordable gained unanimous approval from a Senate committee Monday, but only after lawmakers stripped out one provision of the bill and a faculty representative pointed out potential problems with another.
Court Upholds College Tenure ChangesNearly two years after the Florida Board of Education approved the changes, an appeals court Monday upheld a plan aimed at revamping the way faculty members get tenure-like contracts at state colleges.
Board Of Education Wins Fight Over College Faculty ContractsAn administrative judge sided with the Florida Board of Education on new requirements which could make it harder for faculty in state colleges to get tenure-like contracts.
Gov. Scott Posts State University Salaries OnlineIn the middle of pushing to reform higher education, Governor Rick Scott has posted the salaries of Florida’s university employees online, and the move is prompting pushback from faculty.