A bill that would have required public colleges and universities in Florida to post information about course materials two weeks before registration has died in a Senate committee, the student newspaper Central Florida Future reported. The bill, which passed unanimously in the state House of Representatives, also would have tasked the institutions to submit annual reports about textbook affordability to the Florida Board of Governors, State Board of Education and university chancellors.
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