TEACHER PAY: Hundreds of Hillsborough County teachers are expected to fill the School Board chambers today to complain about the district's announcement it will not fulfill their salary agreement.
TESTING: A review clears Pasco County's Trinity Oaks Elementary of suspected irregularities in its 2017 fourth-grade state math tests.
AUDITS: The Florida Auditor General sees some improvements in financial controls among the state's 67 school districts.
GUNS ON CAMPUS: A Hillsborough County seventh grader is arrested for having an unloaded pistol at school.
EARLY LEARNING: The state has not revised its funding formula for early education programs in years, despite shifting populations and needs, the Herald-Tribune reports.
TAX PLANS: The Manatee County school district details how it would spend an added $31 million generated by a higher property tax rate if voters approve, the Bradenton Herald reports.
TURNAROUNDS: A Palm Beach County principal is recognized for her work with students and staff to improve her school's test performance, the Palm Beach Post reports.
STUDENT DISCIPLINE: Black students are disproportionately disciplined in central Florida school districts, WFTV reports.
COLLEGE COSTS: Gov. Rick Scott signals support for a constitutional amendment that would waive tuition and fees for family members of first responders, law enforcement officers and active military killed on duty, the News Service of Florida reports.