The 2013 legislature passed a law (HB 7029) that starts the process of awarding credit at Florida’s universities and colleges for courses designed, taught, and graded by corporations. ... Continue Reading →
James Call | Contributor, May 13, 2013, The Florida Current An inspector general report ordered by Gov. Rick Scott recommends the Division of Florida Colleges establish standards and a methodology for compensating college presidents. The report released Monday documents a 28-college s ... Continue Reading →
Florida lawmakers want to boost MOOCs and upend the traditional quality control system by letting state officials demand that public colleges grant credit for courses offered by unaccredited institutions. ... Continue Reading →
In her public lecture, Professor Sheila Slaughter will discuss the rising emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and professional fields in many public universities, and the many disparities this has created between these disciplines and the humanities ... Continue Reading →
Stanford University ratcheted up interest in online education when a pair of celebrity professors attracted more than 150,000 students from around the world to a noncredit, open enrollment course on artificial intelligence ... Continue Reading →
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