Florida education news: iPads, for-profit colleges, Common Core and more
IPAD NATION: All sixth graders at Hernando's Winding Waters K-8 School will get iPads for their daily studies. (Times file photo)
RAW DEAL: Taxpayers deserve better from for-profit colleges and their predatory measures to recruit students, the Times editorializes.
COMMON KNOWLEDGE: Florida schools prepare for the move to a national Common Core curriculum, Florida Today reports.
FIRST AMENDMENT: The Miami-Dade School Board delays action on a proposed ban of political activities and materials at schools, the Miami Herald reports.
STRESS: Many Lee County teachers feel increasing pressure in their profession, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
INCONSISTENT: An audit takes issue with the way volunteers handle money in Palm Beach schools, the Palm Beach Post reports.
KHAKIS AND COLLARS: Flagler officials consider district-wide rules for implementing the student dress code, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.