Florida education news: College enrollment, longer school days, reading lessons and more
ON THE RISE: The One Florida plan to increase minority enrollment in Florida's universitieshas succeeded, mostly because of rising Hispanic numbers. (Times photo, Atoyia Deans)
MORE TIME: A growing list of Florida educators support keeping kids in school longer, but many say it's not likely without more money, the Miami Herald reports.
NEED TO READ: Polk teachers look for new ways to excite students about reading, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
CLOSE TO YOU:Hundreds of Duval high school students won't have to go to magnet schools for advanced curriculum anymore, thanks to the stimulus, the Florida Times-Union reports.
PACKING UP: A Bay school prepares to relocate over winter break, the Panama City News Herald reports.
HELPING HAND: Milton city and civic leaders look to give their area schools a boost, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.