Florida education news: Medical school, smoking ban, single-sex classrooms and more
MEETING ITS MISSION? The Florida International University medical program is under fire for providing limited access to Medicaid patients, the Miami Herald reports.
NO SMOKING: Florida State College at Jacksonville is the latest Jacksonville-area college to go tobacco free, the Florida Times-Union reports.
SURVIVED: A specialized autism center remains in St. Lucie as Florida Atlantic University moves many of its other operations out of the area, the St. Lucie Tribune reports.
ON DISPLAY: Old Palm Beach School Board minutes are placed in an historical museum for easier access, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
SINGLE SEX EDUCATION: Amid growth in gender-segregated education, some research suggests the effort doesn't have the intended results, the AP reports.