Professor fired by U. of South Florida found not guilty on some charges, renewing debate over his dismissal and academic freedom.
Many Rust Belt states see students migrating out, generally to the Sun Belt, federal study finds. Should policy makers care?
Are killers rampant in college classrooms? Are student views being squelched? Depends if you ask Pat Robertson or legislative analysts.
Professors say legislation to limit their travel to "terrorist states" will hurt academic freedom, but Jeb Bush likes the idea.
Change in Florida law wipes out community college tuition and fees for qualified students.
Florida universities consider year-round classes; some experts see idea as wave of the future, but others caution that it's more difficult than it sounds.
Chancellor seeks greater focus on Chinese and Portuguese -- through online instruction -- to prepare students for global economy.
Strapped for cash to pay for faculty and constrained by lawmakers from raising tuition, president of U. of Florida devises a $1,000 academic “charge.”
Research suggests that institutional sex offender registries aren't commonly used or known -- even to offenders themselves.
Governor nixes plan to give research universities power to increase historically low rates, and freezes rates statewide.
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