FL Senate Debates College Athlete Pay

Doak Campbell Stadium, home of Florida State University Football, in Tallahassee, Florida, United States on February 15, 2020. Photo: C5 Media/Shutterstock.com Florida college athletes might be able to make off-the-field money soon thanks to an effort that was approved on Monday (March 9, 2020) by the Florida Senate. The bill currently awaits House action. The

South Florida Students Return to School Following Coronavirus Scare

Photo Credit: Lightspring/Shutterstock.com Thirty students and three teachers from a Palm Beach Gardens day school are back on campus after being confined to their homes for five days. The Benjamin School allowed the students and staff to return to their respective classrooms. The scare came after a student from China showed signs and symptoms of

Report Says College Enrollment in Florida is Declining

Photo Credit: Nirat.pix/Shutterstock A new report, titled “ Fall 2019 Current Term Enrollment Estimates,” shows Florida college enrollment is down by 52,328 students in terms of enrollment in an individual state. Compared to Fall 2018, postsecondary enrollment has decreased in 2019 by more than 231,000 students nationwide. This is according to new research from the

Funding for Education Top Priority on Governor DeSantis’ To-Do List

Photo Credit:  https://www.wctv.tv/Office of Governor Ron DeSantis. Governor Ron DeSantis proposed a record $91.4 billion state budget on Monday, November 16th. This would be the new state budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The governor’s budget also includes spending an additional $1 billion on teacher raises. The proposed budget is money that would mostly go

Florida Private Colleges Experiencing a Shrinking Applicant Pool

In a state where public institutions are affordable, and concerns are growing over the amount of student debt that students are accumulating, Florida’s private colleges, try to play the admissions game to their strengths.