Explore the Florida Board of Governors official website.
Florida universities not only share knowledge, they create it. Together we turn knowledge into action that will shape the future. To be truly great, Florida must have well-educated citizens who are trained in diverse fields, from science and engineering to medicine and bioscience to computer science, the arts and so much more. The State University System of Florida is committed to providing the world-class teaching, research and service that will help shape our growing, dynamic state.
Welcome to the Florida House of Representatives' official website.
Here, you can find information about what is happening in the Florida House and the Florida Legislature, including frequent updates on bills, bill analyses and amendments.
Use this site for details on various issues as they move through the legislative process and to make sure Representatives hear your voice in Tallahassee. This website is constantly updated, so you should check back regularly and continue taking an active part in shaping the future of the great state of Florida.
Welcome to the Florida Senate official website.
The Florida Senate is one-half of the Florida Legislature, which makes up the legislative branch of Florida government. The Senate is composed of 40 members, each elected from single-member districts across the state. The entire Florida Legislature meets every year in a session beginning on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March and lasting 60 calendar days. Special sessions may be called either by the Governor or by the leaders of both chambers acting jointly.
This website is a portal into the Florida Senate's actions on legislation and much more. This website provides visitors with information on how to engage with the Legislature and take an active role in the legislative process.
Visit the Florida Department of Education official website.
Whether you live in Florida, are considering moving here, or are just visiting, you may not be aware of the high marks the Sunshine State earns for its public education system. Just last year, Florida ranked first in the nation for teacher quality, first in the nation in advanced placement participation, and first in the southern region for graduation rate and degrees awarded by the Florida College System. Florida's fourth graders ranked second in the world, just behind fourth graders in Hong Kong, on an international reading assessment. US News & World Report included four Florida magnet high schools in its top 10 magnet high school list. Newsweek named two Florida high schools in its top 10 list and Education Next ranked Florida second in the nation in educational progress over the past 10 years.
Floridians have a lot to be proud of when it comes to education.