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Florida education news: Discrimination complaint, student-athlete transfers, smoking ban and more

imgres.jpegCOMPLAINT: A former Hudson Middle School assistant principal accuses the district of harassing her because she wanted to have a baby

OPEN SEASON: Some Florida high school athletic directors worry that a new law could allow for almost unregulated transfers of student-athletes. More from the Pensacola News-Journal.

LOW-PERFORMING: Criticisms rise of FAMU's policy of accepting students who did not qualify for admission, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

REINSTATED: A Collier administrator who had been removed because of belittling employees is given his post back, the Naples Daily News reports.

NO SMOKING: The Palm Beach school district bans smoking and tobacco use at all district property and school-sanctioned events, the Palm Beach Post reports.

OVERRULED: The state Charter School Appeal Commission recommends approval of four charter schools the Palm Beach School Board had denied, the Palm Beach Post reports.

[Last modified: Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:13am]


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