Recommendation: $20 million more. This past Thursday it was my honor to present testimony before the Florida Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education.
Chaired by Senator Don Gaetz, the session focused on the R.O.I. from Industry Certifications earned by our public school students.
The session was filled with passionate community members delivering detailed information about local education projects and initiatives. At the core was the Florida Career and Professional Education Act (CAPE) ROI discussion.
You can view the Meeting Packet Here, and view my testimony Here starting at 50:25. Appropriations Subcommittee on Education webpage is Here.
Thursday, January 22nd, Tallahassee, Alex Funkhouser, CEO of SherlockTalent presented the case for South Florida Career and Professional Education Academies (CAPE) and the value, and benefits of certification programs to the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education in Tallahassee last Thursday.
Under consideration by the subcommittee is the appropriation of $97m in local K-12 funding initiatives, $48m of which goes away because it’s non-recurring and $277m for Higher Education local projects, $118m of which goes away because it’s non-recurring.
The Subcommittee is tasked with considering how to fund new and old projects as well as how to fund education initiatives put forward by governor Scott.
You can see a video of Alex’s testimony here, starting at 50:25
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Come learn and explore more from TFS users and experts in the first 2015 TFS User Group meeting. Join the South Florida TFS 2015 first User Group meeting being held at Liberty Power on Tuesday January 27th, 2015 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Is your company planning or already implemented Microsoft TFS 2013 or prior versions and you want to learn more about what others are doing or impacts in this space, this is the User Group for you
Please save the date for Tuesday evening, August 25, 2015 for our 3rd Annual Tech Night at the Ballpark – check www.TechNightAtTheBallPark.com for the latest details and to register.
Thank you, as always for your continued support!
Rachel Terman – [email protected]