Florida education news: First day of school, student cell phones, dress code and more
INAPPROPRIATE CONTACT: A Pasco math teacher faces termination after inviting a female student to his home to babysit when his child was not home.
EARLY START: Lee County schools start two weeks early, and that's causing some confusion, WINK-TV reports.
FEE FIGHT: Volusia building and school officials spar over school impact fees, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
STUDENT RIGHTS: A group aims to stop searches of students' confiscated cell phones at Boca Raton High, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
PROVE IT: The Manatee School Board continues early release Wednesdays but demands results before agreeing to renew them again, the Herald-Tribune reports.
PENNY PUSH: Seminole government and school district officials discuss the future of their local sales tax for construction projects, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SAGGY PANTS: Central Florida school districts see new state dress code law as a non-event, the Orlando Sentinel reports.