Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the commencement address before thousands of graduates at the University of Central Florida today, cfnews13.com reported.
Timber Creek High School student Reina Ubiles and Seminole High School student Dana Liang were awarded scholarships from the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation (OMYF), in surprise presentations on Wednesday.
The controversial parent trigger bill died for the second year in a row, after six Republicans voted with 14 Senate Democrats leading to a 20-20 tie vote.
Charter schools will likely get a one-time allocation of $91 million for construction and maintenance under a deal reached by lawmakers late on Sunday.
The Orange County School Board on Tuesday approved a $70,000 sponsorship contract with CFL Pizza Hut.
Soon-to-be Wekiva High School graduate Nick DiRocco got a surprise when he received a $10,000 scholarship from Northrop Grumman at the Orange County School Board meeting Tuesday.
Gov. Rick Scott signed a sweeping education bill Monday, recasting requirements for high-school diplomas and setting out standards for universities to be recognized as “preeminent universities.”
The college graduating class of 2013 will enter a stronger job market than in the years immediately following the recession; however, young professionals entering high-skill fields may have a decided advantage, according to a new study from CareerBuilder.com and CareerRookie.com.
Orlando Auto Accident Lawyer and UCF alumnus Michael T. Gibson of the Orlando-based personal injury law firm of Michael T. Gibson, P.A., was recently nominated for the UCF Alumni Jefferson Award in the category of College Chapter Volunteer of the Year.