The Bright Futures Scholarship program rewards Florida high school graduates for their academic achievements – and isn’t need-based. Money is available for use at almost all undergraduate schools in the state of Florida.Read More
In the continuing saga of data-bound American education, Florida chose a new vendor whose assessment test Florida public school students will begin using in 2015.The American Institutes for Research in Washington, D.C., will create tests that will replace math, reading and writing sections of the FCAT. According to reports, the new tests extend to end-of-course (EOC) exams in algebra 1, geometry, and algebra 2. The FCAT science tests will not change.Read More
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