The Florida Higher Education Coordinating Council has released its annual report for 2015, recommending that state leaders address areas of performance metrics, articulation, incentives for business and education partnerships, and better alignment and prioritization of education funding.

The report provides actionable recommendations to the Governor, Legislature, higher education sectors, state agencies and the Articulation Coordinating Committee.

Also released were supplemental materials to the report, which include background information from discussions held throughout the year that informed the committee’s recommendations.  The background gives valuable insight into several areas impacting higher education in Florida in 2015 and beyond.

This is the fifth report issued by the Higher Education Coordinating Council, which includes representatives of public and private postsecondary education, state agencies, political appointees, and workforce and economic development boards.  View the full report at

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