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.

University Of Florida To Change Campus Policy After Settling Free Speech Lawsuit

The University of Florida is changing its free speech code after settling a lawsuit brought on by a conservative student group who claimed the school denied them resources for speakers.

School Safety Review Finds One-Third Of Incidents At Florida Schools Reported To Law Enforcement

The Florida Department of Education has released the latest data from the School Environmental Safety Incident Reporting System, which found one-third of incidents at schools across the state were reported to law enforcement.

Florida Public School Students Now Required To Take Mental Health Classes

Public school students across the state will soon be taking mental health courses as part of a new requirement that Florida’s education leader is calling a “life saver.”

Advocacy Groups Call For Stop To Creation Of Student Database Aimed At Spotting School Shooters

A coalition of more than 30 advocacy groups have penned a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis urging him to stop the creation of a student database aimed at spotting school shooters.