Florida education news: Advanced Placement, school inclusion, plagiarism and more
BACK TO SCHOOL: Brevard teachers return to their classrooms today as the new school year kicks off, Florida Today reports. (Times photo, Skip O'Rourke)
AP PHILOSOPHY: A growing number of Florida high school students take Advanced Placement courses, often earning A's, but still fail the exams, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SPECIAL ATTENTION: A Brevard parochial school focuses its efforts on special education, using inclusion for every student, Florida Today reports.
SCANDALOUS: Continued problems with the FCAT create a loss of credibility for the state test, which makes it a waste of time and money, the Lakeland Ledger editorializes.
US IT OR LOSE IT: St. Johns high school students attend a technology-oriented summer program to keep learning when school is out, the St. Augustine Record reports.
WHOSE WORDS? Many college students don't understand the concept of plagiarism in a world of "sampling," copying and pasting, the NY Times reports.