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Education news and notes from Tampa Bay and Florida

Florida education news: adminstrative changes, Facebook invasion, budget woes and more



CHANGES AT THE TOP: Pinellas superintendent John Stewart unveils a plan to cut in half the number of top-level administrators in the district.

FACEBOOK SNOOPING: An investigation reveals that a Pasco high school teacher improperly accessed students’ Facebook accounts to find out if they were making negative comments about her.
MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOLE: The current estimate for the Pasco School District’s budget deficit is more than $25 million.
BIZ GROUP PREZ: A Hernando high school junior is elected to serve as president of the state DECA organization.
HUNT FOR A WATCHDOG: The Palm Beach School District is searching for an inspector general to find and prevent waste, fraud and abuse, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
TAXING DECISION: Seminole County voters may be asked to approve a property tax increase to help the district through tough financial times, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

[Last modified: Thursday, March 22, 2012 8:14am]


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