Florida education news: Life after college, improvement plans, tuition rates and more
ROUGH PATH: Three New College graduates struggle to find employment after commencement. The first of three parts. (Times photo, John Pendygraft)
HARD WORK: Hillsborough expands its special education safety work group as it moves toward a Dec. 11 reporting deadline.
RESOLUTION: Countryside Montessori charter school settles terms on its admission policies with the Pasco school district.
NEEDS IMPROVEMENT: Escambia's two F-rated charter schools share their improvement plans, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
COMPARISON: Mississippi leaders look to Florida for school accountability ideas, the Jackson Clarion-Ledger reports.
UNFAIR: Some Broward leaders criticize state rules on English-language learners that could lead to lower school grades, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
LESSONS LEARNED? Florida political leaders look for meaning in the failure of several constitutional amendments on the November ballot, the Herald-Tribune reports.
OPPOSED: Florida university students and professors rise against a proposal to create differential tuition rates for different degrees, the Gainesville Sun reports.