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Education Commissioner Pam Stewart joined Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott at a reception for Association of Florida Colleges members who represent all 28 Florida College System institutions. By educating one of every 20 Florida adults – more than 800,000 students – they are helping to transform not only our economy, but the lives and futures of millions

Education Commissioner Pam Stewart joined Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott at a reception for Association of Florida Colleges members who represent all 28 Florida College System institutions. By educating one of every 20 Florida adults – more than 800,000 students – they are helping to transform not only our economy, but the lives and futures of millions

Governor Scott announced his proposal to eliminate the sales tax on college textbooks as part of his “KEEP FLORIDA WORKING” budget. The price of college textbooks has continued to increase, often exceeding $100 per book. Eliminating this sales tax is expected to save Florida’s students $41.4 million per year. It is estimated that a student taking five courses per semester will save at a minimum $60 per year.

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