College Choice, a leading college search resource, published its 2015 rankings of top 25 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the U.S.
Howard and Lake Nona middle schools, both Orange County schools, are among fifteen Florida public schools recognized by the Florida Alliance for Arts Education (FAAE), for having exemplary arts programs.
This summer, Germany, the most capitalist of European countries, perhaps with the exception of Britain, made college tuition free for everybody, including foreign students. It’s possible to do the same in the U.S., but the subject is not even on the table for discussion. Why not?
After a sham selection process which lasted close to seven months, the Florida State University Board of Trustee has named Sen. John Thrasher to be the school’s new president. The Board overwhelmingly gave Thrasher the nod in a 11-2 vote. “I am honored to have been selected by the Board of Trustees to serve as […]
The University of Central Florida is looking to expand downtown Orlando with the view to creating greater educational opportunities for students, UCF President John Hitt announced Tuesday.
On Wednesday, Charlie Crist lent his support to the Florida Education Association suing to dismantle the major school choice program. Crist’s backing of the FEA puts him at odds with black ministers who support school vouchers. The particular program under scrutiny is called the tax credit scholarship program, which serves nearly 70,000 mostly minority children with scholarships valued at up $5,272.
The Tiger Woods Foundation will host more than 300 parents and students in grades 7-12 for a free one-day STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Career and College Conference, Saturday, Sept. 20 at Florida Atlantic University – Jupiter Campus.
The final recount in the District One School Board race has been tallied and incumbent Joie Cadle has retained her seat on the board by the staggering sum of barely more than 60 votes. Josh Katz ignited a flame which is not going out. Parents are up in arms about the Board’s cavalier attitude and performance, and teachers have finally found a way to fight back.
We can’t fire Barbara Jenkins until we elect people like Josh Katz and Regina Hellinger to the School Board. We can’t allow people like Joie Cadle to damage our kids ever again. In 2016 at least three incumbents must go!