A collaborative project involving StateImpact Florida and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting won second place in investigative reporting for broadcast media in the 2012 National Awards for Education Reporting.
Grado 13: Lo que hacen los colleges de la Florida para ayudar a más alumnos a completar sus cursos remediales
Lynn Waddell y John O’Connor: La Florida está lista para convertirse en el laboratorio de pruebas del país para nuevos enfoques al problema de la educación remedial.
Sarah Gonzalez: Starting in 2014-15, Florida will use something called the “Common Core State Standards.” Some 45 states and the District of Columbia have agreed to use this common framework, which is supposed to align what students learn in K-12 more closely with what they need to know in college.
Lynn Waddell and John O'Connor: Florida is poised to become the nation’s petri dish for new approaches to the remedial education problem.
Lynn Waddell and Mc Nelly Torres: An analysis by FCIR and StateImpact Florida found that in the 2010-11 school year, 85 percent of students taking remedial classes were age 20 or older.
John O'Connor: So what is PERT? And who has to take it?