More students at Florida's two-year colleges are failing college-level courses in the aftermath of a new state law that allows them to skip remediation.
Gubernatorial candidates have traded barbs for months over their records and the state's colleges and universities.
It's one liberal arts college's first encounter with a performance funding model, and so far it isn't faring so well.
New Florida law lets high school graduates decide for themselves -- no testing needed -- whether they are ready for college-level work.
Michigan is the latest state to allow community colleges to issue bachelor's degrees. But despite controversy and turf wars, actual practice remains limited, for now.
Proposed policy at Florida Gulf Coast U. raises question of what a university is entitled to track about every professor.
Overlap in agendas for governors of Wisconsin, Florida, and Texas hints at a new Republican approach to higher education.
Mitt Romney singled out the university while praising for-profits as cost-effective. Full Sail graduates 78 percent of its students, but is it really the better value Romney suggested?
Most people know hazing happens outside fraternities and sororities. But a tragedy at Florida A&M makes it harder to ignore.
Lawmakers tout improvements tied to Florida's second year of performance-based funding. But is it a coincidence that the system punishes its campus most focused on liberal arts and the one most focused on serving low-income students?
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