Florida education news: Algebra, superheroes, raises and more
CULTURE SHIFT: Recently elected superintendent Kurt Browning refashions the Pasco school district, with many watching to see how his ideas pan out.
RETIRING: Former Florida university system chancellor Charles Reed ends his tenure as California State University system leader with plans to return to Florida, the LA Times reports.
SHE'S BACK: A Palm Beach principal ousted during a bullying investigation resurfaces as the district's director of charter school operations, the Palm Beach Post reports.
BACK TO BASICS: Area college students and high school graduates help students at Lake Wales High better understand algebra, the Winter Haven News Chief reports.
SUPER SCIENCE: A Panama City science center teaches kids about science using superheroes as the focal point, the Panama City News Herald reports.
MESSY: Florida Keys Community College faculty complain that the school's cutback on custodial services is becoming noticeable, the Keynoter reports.
RAISES: The Leon school district expects to be able to offer pay hikes in the coming year, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.