Florida education news: Gov. Rick Scott's plan, reducing red tape, differential tuition and more
NO DETAILS: Gov. Rick Scott wins praise from the Florida Board of Education for his sketchy education plan, the Associated Press reports.
RED TAPE: A committee of superintendents advising Gov. Scott proposes some deregulatory moves, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.
CHOPPING BLOCK: An Alachua charter school faces closure after consecutive F grades, WUFT reports.
UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: As Florida considers differential tuition, leaders will need to be smart and nimble enough to react to an ever-changing economy, Atlantic columnist Jordan Weissmann writes.
BONUSES: The Duval School Board approves $1 million for two years of bonuses for administrators and non-union employees, the Florida Times-Union reports.
COME TOGETHER: A consultant tells the Manatee School Board it needs to find ways to better deal with conflict in a positive way, the Bradenton Herald reports.
LABOR NEWS: Palm Beach teachers and administration can't find agreement in salary talks, the Palm Beach Post reports.
BALANCING ACT: Flagler school officials consider redrawing attendance zones, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.