Florida education news: Life after college, parent involvement, class size and more
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CONSERVATIVE, BUT... : Incoming Florida House speaker Will Weatherford strikes a more bipartisan tone than recent predecessors on issues such as tuition.
GET INVOLVED: Palm Beach schools seek to get parents to play a bigger role in their children's education, the Palm Beach Post reports.
TOO BIG: North Florida school districts struggle with the state's class size rules, with mixed results, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
PROTECT THE ANIMALS: A University of Florida student group aims to raise awareness about testing and mistreatment of animals, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
BEYOND THE DIPLOMA: The Central Florida Urban League works with high school dropouts to get them back on the path of education and career, the Orlando Sentinel reports.