Education data reporter for The Tampa Bay Times, in partnership with Open Campus.
Amid a statewide nursing shortage, many students at private for-profit programs are failing their national licensing exams.
February 1, 2023
We asked first-year students from around the country one question: What is something they missed out on in high school because of the pandemic, and how did that affect their first semester in college?
A majority of new trustees asserts its power, and students are stunned.
Two members have suggested demoting the president, among other drastic actions. Will they get their way?
New conservative board members Christopher Rufo and Eddie Speir got a mixed reaction during their campus visit Wednesday.
The state schools are told to submit information on treatment provided since 2018.
Students say the public liberal arts school in Sarasota is “quirky, queer and creative.” How will it change under new conservative leaders?
Republican leaders expect the group of noted conservatives to spearhead big changes at Florida’s smallest public university.
January 14, 2023
Pass rates on the national licensing exam are the lowest in the nation, with dire implications for health care.
December 16, 2022
UF’s would-be president gave a commencement address via Zoom that touched on killer insects, stressed-out hamsters and more.
October 11, 2022