Florida education news: Digital learning, charter school enrollment, hackers and more
TRANSITION: Florida's efforts to convert schools to digital learning hinge on a debate over whether the move can be equitably implemented, the Orlando Sentinel reports. (Times file photo)
RIGHT CHOICE? Charter school enrollment rises in Sarasota and Manatee as Florida lawmakers debate whether to further expand the option, the Herald-Tribune reports.
FIREWALLS: North Florida school districts use the data security breach at Northwest Florida State College as a guide for reviewing their own procedures and protections against hackers, the Panama City News Herald reports.
STEREOTYPES: Criticism against the state's race-based academic goals continues in Duval, Fox 30 reports.
FORCED OUT? A former vice president sues St. Johns River State College over gender discrimination, the Florida Times-Union reports.
HAND IT OVER: Florida Polytechnic University trustees say they're finally ready to accept assets being transferred from USF, the Ledger reports.
INNOVATION: The University of Florida seeks to bolster its Innovation Academy, but students may attend only in the spring and summer, the Gainesville Sun reports.