Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.
I can tell you that it is not definitely NOT my paycheck that keeps me teaching. I can’t figure out specifically what it is that compels me to create a six hour a day, five day a week adventure show, but I have to admit, in a weird way, it’s an comical journey.
To help foster peace on their campus, five friends at Young Men’s Preparatory Academy in Miami created a peer mediation program. They learned of the concept while attending an all-day workshop on bullying, hosted in January by the Rotary Club of Miami.
The Canes Consent campaign at the University of Miami aims to bring attention to the problem of sexual assault on campus. Two rape victims spoke up about the problem on Tuesday. Administrators said they were working on making students aware of the issue.
Seven students at Gulliver Preparatory School have won the Best Presentation Award at the Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge. The students at the Pinecrest school presented their project at Kennedy Space Center last week.
After guiding Carrollton School in Coconut Grove through nearly two decades, Sister Suzanne Cooke is headed to Washington, D.C., to lead a group responsible for giving guidance to U.S. and Canadian Sacred Heart schools.