Florida education news: AP exams, plagiarism, contract negotiations and more
CLEARED: USF did not misuse a multimillion-dollar endowment, an investigation determines.
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY NEEDED: FSU put athletics ahead of academics and now it's paying the price, the Times editorializes.
NO IMPACT: A Lee School Board member isn't sweating his colleagues' plan to censure him, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
NO CHEATING ALLOWED: A Manatee teachers' assistant faces disciplinary action after being accused of plagiarizing work to get her own teaching certificate, the Bradenton Herald reports.
ETHICS ISSUES: Broward School Board member Stephanie Kraft faces scrutiny after it becomes public that she worked for a developer that got a break from the board, the Miami Herald reports. • Broward has no penalties for lobbyists who violate district rules, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
STILL SHRINKING: Martin schools continue to lose enrollment, the Stuart News reports.
LABOR NEWS: Santa Rosa teachers remain at impasse with the district after a day of special hearings, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
ACADEMIC CHALLENGE: Alachua lets teens challenge themselves in Advanced Placement courses, and the results show the effort is working, the Gainesville Sun reports.