In addition to not understanding that college education is more than an apprenticeship, the Governor's policy if implemented, may very well have adverse effects on students quality of life as well as ... Continue Reading →
Dozens of faculty members from across Florida gathered at Seminole State College on Thursday to oppose a state plan that would make it harder for community-college professors to earn and keep their te ... Continue Reading →
The three governors have much in common when it comes to their approach to higher education, such as mandating low-cost options like the $10,000 degree; holding down tuition prices, particularly at fl ... Continue Reading →
Friday, 16 Nov 2012, Noon to 1:15 pm at Turlington Plaza, UF Campus—UF Graduate Assistants United and Gainesville Area Students for a Democratic Society will hold a joint press conference to discuss t ... Continue Reading →
At the state level, the big news is that the Democrats have gained five state house seats and two state senate seats, breaking the Republicans’ supermajority in both. The Republicans still have a 26-1 ... Continue Reading →
Now that election season is over, we can enjoy a well-deserved break from campaign ads and political mailers. But remember, casting a ballot is the beginning, not the end, of the democratic process. R ... Continue Reading →
An email from American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, November 2012 Tens of thousands of AFT members—especially in New York and New Jersey, but also up and down the East Coast—are ... Continue Reading →
Down in Florida, a task force commissioned by Governor Rick Scott is putting the finishing touches on a proposal that would allow the state's public universities to start charging undergraduates diffe ... Continue Reading →
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