Florida education news: Education funding, teacher pay, service dogs and more
TICK TOCK: Florida lawmakers can't agree on some key education budget issues as the 2012 legislative session winds down.
NOT ENOUGH: Gov. Rick Scott's pledge to add $1 billion back into Florida education funding does not cover the school district budget gaps that remain, Stateline.org reports.
JUSTICE: The valedictorian of North Miami High continues to fight her planned deportation as an illegal immigrant, the Miami Herald reports.
NEW POSTS: Duval considers adding four new administrators as it also seeks a new superintendent, the Florida Times Union reports.
LABOR NEWS: Lee looks into using its reserves to pay teachers more next year, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
TOO EXPENSIVE: Palm Beach district leaders balk at a proposal to put middle schools on a seven-period day as part of a class-size reduction plan, the Palm Beach Post reports.
CALM: A Palm Beach State College student wins a lawsuit with the school after being told she could not bring her service dog to classes, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
STARTING DATE: Brevard school district officials worry they will be forced to start the 2012-13 school year later than they would prefer, Florida Today reports.
NONRENEWED: An academically struggling Orlando charter school agrees to shut down at the end of the year, the Orlando Sentinel reports.