A network of more than 50 Tampa Bay organizations is working to help former college students finish their degrees.
Major funding organizations, donor groups, County government, and community leaders came together to assess the needs of Indian River County residents on a comprehensive basis.
An open letter on educational standards from K-12 students in the state of Florida.
Read about a new evaluation of Florida's state academic standards, one senator's estimate of the cost for K-12 to open safely, how college may change due to COVID, expanding work-based learning in community colleges, and more.
Learn about the governor's plan to safely reopen Florida schools, the first evaluation of the state's new educational standards, a survey of principals and teachers on COVID-19, and the affordability of childcare, among other issues.
Get the facts on how COVID-19 has impacted all facets of education, including K-12 budgets, job prospects by educational attainment, children from low-income households' ability to learn due to digital divides, preschool funding, and more.
It was the right call for Florida to cancel standardized testing this year, but that doesn't diminish testing's value, writes FPN Interim CEO Bill Hoffman.
With increased support from area foundations, the Suncoast Nursing Action Coalition announced it has more than doubled the number of nursing education scholarships it is awarding to local recipients this spring.
Read the latest on ideas to reimagine education, declining enrollment in teacher preparation programs, how the home environment impacts school readiness, the state of preschool and more.