Florida education news: Budget cuts, teacher hires, college remediation and more
DEEP CUTS: Hernando schools face major program reductions as the district slashes its budget by millions.
NOW HIRING: A year after major layoffs, the Broward school district is hiring new teachers again, the Miami Herald reports.
SCIENCE SHORTAGE: Tougher standards to become a Florida science teacher may make it more difficult for districts to find quality instructors, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
THREATENED: A Martin district administrator claims her job is on the line because she refused to help in the superintendent's reelection campaign, the Stuart News reports.
DO IT AGAIN: Florida's college remediation costs run in the millions, the Palm Beach Post reports.
ON THE LIST: Monroe's new superintendent faces a threat from a district administrator who says he won't work without an extra paycheck, the Keynoter reports.
WHAT TO WEAR: Manatee elementary schools embrace student uniforms, but secondary schools aren't so welcoming of the idea, the Bradenton Herald reports.