Teaching in Osceola

Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida


Getting Started in Osceola

District Financials

Median Family Income in 2000: $42,061
Per-Capita Income in 2000: $17,022

Total District Revenue: $268,506,000
Percent of Revenue from Osceola County County: 44 %
Percent of Revenue from Florida: 49 %
Percent of Revenue from US: 7 %

Source : National Center for Education Statistics (nces.ed.gov), 2011

Comparing districts in FL (See all Districts in FL)

Largest Districts

  1. Dade
  2. Broward
  3. Hillsborough
  4. Orange
  5. Palm Beach
  6. Osceola

Highest Per-Capita Income

  1. Collier
  2. Martin
  3. Palm Beach
  4. St. Johns
  5. Sarasota
  6. Osceola

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  • Providing accredited online courses and degree programs since 1987.
  • A military-friendly school, it ensures that service members, their spouses and veterans can maximize their military education benefits.
  • Students can customize monthly payments to fit their budgets and lifestyle.
  • Program and course tuition is all-inclusive: textbooks, learning materials, and academic support are covered in the cost.
  • Alumni can enroll in any future program at a reduced rate.
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  • Founded in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1900, with over 40 diverse online degree programs.
  • Classes are available online and in over 20 campuses across the Midwest and Florida.
  • Offers a comprehensive student services team (SUPPORT+) composed of financial aid advisors, academic tutors, career service advisors, and more.
  • Recently changed from traditional for-profit corporation to a Public Benefit Corporation, focusing more on serving the needs of the community.
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  • A private institution founded in 1977 with a current total undergraduate enrollment of over 15,000.
  • Ranked #14 in the 2014 edition of Best Colleges Colleges for Veterans by U.S. News.
  • The student-faculty ratio is 11:1, and 89.3% of classes have fewer than 20 students.
  • At the end of their freshman year, 84% of students return to continue their education.
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  • A private institution that was founded in 1831.
  • Has 3 campuses: in Portland and Biddeford, Maine, and in Tangier, Morocco.
  • Offers more than 40 different disciplines of interest including business, education, nursing, and more.
  • Its student-faculty ratio is 13:1, and  48.1% of its classes have fewer than 20 students.
  • The average freshman retention rate, an indicator of student satisfaction, is 76.8%.
  • Northern New England's only College of Dental Medicine.
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  • Lets undergrad students try classes before paying any tuition.
  • In a 2013 survey, 83% of students said they would recommend the university to others.
  • Most degree-seeking online and campus-based students are adult learners with families and students who work while pursuing higher education.
  • Average class sizes is 18 for undergraduate and 13 for graduate-level courses.
  • Founded in 1937 in Davenport, Iowa as the American Institute of Commerce (AIC).
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