Florida education news: FAMU hazing, foreign students, impact fees and more
WHAT HAPPENED? A recounting of the details of the hazing death of FAMU Marching 100 member Robert Champion. (Photo courtesy of the Orlando Sentinel)
REAL CONTRIBUTION: Retiring Earl Lennard made a difference as a Hillsborough teacher, schools superintendent and elections supervisor, the Times editorializes.
STUDY ABROAD: U.S. colleges and universities enroll a record number of foreign students, USA Today reports.
HUH? A Broward teacher is accused of turning a student into a lesbian, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
A LITTLE HELP: Citrus County builders seek a moratorium on school impact fees, the Citrus County Chronicle reports.
FRESH FACE: Nikolai Vitti becomes Florida's youngest superintendent at 35 when he begins work Monday, the Florida Times-Union reports.
SUSPENDED: The University of Central Florida suspends a fraternity amid hazing allegations, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
GETTING TO KNOW YOU: The Venice Police Department begins a "Classrooms and Cops" program for local schools, the Herald-Tribune reports.