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June 2017 Archives

Changes made in HB 7609 will be taking effect sooner than you think

Heading into the Fourth of July holiday weekend, the last thing on the minds of most children is school. Indeed, barbeques, parades and fireworks will always be infinitely more interesting to kids than thoughts about classes and homework.

Governor Scott signs HB 7069, the massive and controversial education bill

As we reported last month, the final day of the Florida Legislature's most recent session was anything but uneventful. For proof of this fact, one needn't look any further than the massive 274-page education package -- House Bill 7069.

What to do if your school loses accreditation

If you are like millions of Americans, you rely on federal student loans and grants to fund your higher education. To be able to receive this financial assistance, you must attend a school that is recognized as an accredited institution by the U.S. Department of Education. To achieve this, colleges and universities must be approved by an accrediting agency.