Florida education news: Bright Futures, school choice, teacher pay cuts and more
DOES BRIGHT FUTURES WORK? Florida State researcher Shouping Hu wants to find out.
TIME TO TALK: Hillsborough teachers begin new contract negotiations.
SEEKING CHANGE: A community group calls for an overhaul of the Manatee school district leadership, the Bradenton Times reports.
ON ITS OWN: USF Sarasota-Manatee wins its own accreditation, the Bradenton Herald reports.
SEEKING STABILITY: Broward's new interim superintendent hopes to maintain the status quo until he's replaced, the Miami Herald reports.
PICKING PARTNERS: A Duval group works to select a management firm to run the county's most struggling schools, the Florida Times-Union reports.
BUDGET CUTS: Manatee teachers face pay cuts for the second time in four years, the Herald-Tribune reports. • Marion officials get serious about closing under-enrolled schools, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
EARLY ALGEBRA: Brevard schools aim to have students to take algebra before the usual tenth grade, Florida Today reports.