Florida education news: FCAT scores, school bus ads, salad bars and more
STICK AROUND: Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn urges USF students to remain in Tampa after graduation. (Times photo, Edmund D. Fountain)
TOUGHER TO PASS: The Florida Department of Education proposes higher scores to pass the FCAT, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
TECH TROUBLES: Manatee district officials say they had to pay extra to fix computer access problems for teachers, the Bradenton Herald reports.
NO MORE ANTHROPOLOGISTS: Gov. Rick Scott proposes shifting funding away from some Florida university degree programs, the Herald-Tribune reports.
YOUR NAME HERE: Broward school district officials consider selling ads, naming rights to raise cash, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
NO THANKS: Okaloosa School Board members reject a $1,000 raise for themselves, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
IB INTEREST: Nearly 6 percent of Marion students now attend an International Baccalaureate program, the Ocala Star Banner reports.
MORE INFORMATION NEEDED: A Polk School Board member says the district should provide better budget information to the board, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
NOT HAPPENING: Palm Beach schools refuse to join the growing cafeteria salad bar trend, the Palm Beach Post reports.