Florida education news: FCAT violations, summer school, Gay-Straight Alliance and more
NEXT PAGE: Yvonne C. Reed-Clayton, an icon in Pinellas County education circles, retires after 50 years. (Times file photo)
PROCTORING PROBLEMS: A Pasco alternative school teacher faces unpaid suspension for recording activities in the room where she was administering the FCAT to two misbehaving students.
ON BOARD: The Marion School Board adopts its own slightly altered version of the resolution urging less reliance on testing, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
MARKET SHARE: The Broward school district prepares to open its own charter schools, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
REASSIGNED: Leaders in Miami-Dade's mental health and crisis management department are removed amid an investigation into overuse of the Baker Act against students, the Miami Herald reports.
KEEPING UP: Many northeast Florida parents whose children have special needs keep their kids in school over the summer so they don't lose their learning, the Florida Times-Union reports.
VIOLATION? The State Attorney's Office in Fort Myers begins investigating alleged Sunshine Law violations by three Martin School Board members, the Stuart News reports.
MINOR ADJUSTMENTS: The Volusia School Board will keep its "pass to play" policy intact but will look at small tweaks to make it a little more flexible, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
UNWANTED: Marion School Board members say they don't want a Gay-Straight Alliance at any school, but vote to allow one anyway for fear of losing a lawsuit, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.