Florida education news: Eckerd College graduation, anti-testing resolution, yearbook entendres and more
WHAT'S NEXT? Eckerd College graduates look to the future after their commencement ceremony. (Times photo, Leah Millis)
VOICES CARRY: Florida school districts hire lobbyists to have their messages heard in Tallahassee.
JOINING IN: The Martin and Indian River school boards consider adopting an anti-testing resolution that is growing nationally, the Stuart News reports.
UNHAPPY: South Florida teachers don't like that their pay will depend in part on student test results, NBC Miami reports.
NEXT STEP: The founder of a Cape Coral charter school leaves to become superintendent of a charter system in North Carolina, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
PINCHING PENNIES: Manatee's new chief financial officer digs deep to find savings, the Bradenton Herald reports.
ONLY WORDS: Critics say Gov. Rick Scott has yet to make good on his pledge to improve the lot of Florida's children, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
ONLY WORDS, PART II: Some Vero Beach parents are upset that their children's high school yearbook is filled with sexual double entendres, the Palm Beach Post reports.