Florida education news: Graduation gender gap, school bus service, vouchers and more
GENDER GAP: Florida girls graduate from high school at a higher rate than boys, but the gap is shrinking. (Times file photo)
ADMONISHED: Florida Board of Governors members give USF president Judy Genshaft an earful for her abrupt dismissal of the Polytechnic campus chancellor.
BRIEF RESPITE: Hernando schools delay a planned end of bus service to and from day care centers, but only to better explain the changes.
IN THE SUNSHINE: The Pinellas School Board tries to hire a new auditor while staying within the state's public records law.
MOVING FORWARD: KIPP makes plans to expand in Jacksonville, the Florida Times Union reports.
IT'S A PLOT: Seminole school district leaders criticize Florida's corporate tax credit scholarships as undermining public education, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
KEEP WAITING: Florida high school grades for 2011 won't be out until 2012, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
BE OPEN: A Miami Democratic state senator files legislation to require charter schools to publicize who owns and manages them, the Miami Herald reports.