Florida education news: Middle school reform, immigrant students, school choice and more
FEWER FIGHTS: Leaders at Pinellas Azalea Middle School work to change the school atmosphere to reduce disciplinary problems and improve academic performance. (Times photo, Lara Cerri)
WELCOME: Palm Beach schools aim to lower barriers to immigrant students lacking documentation when they enroll, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
A 'HUGE FAN': Miami-Dade superintendent Alberto Carvalho wins over one of his biggest critics, the Miami Herald reports.
TAKE IT: The Florida School for the Deaf and Blind wins the power of eminent domain, the Florida Times-Union reports.
PRESIDENTIAL POOL: Edison State College compiles a list of candidates for its top job, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
NO ROOM: Only one third of applicants win school choice in Palm Beach schools, the Palm Beach Post reports.
GOING DIGITAL: Brevard school libraries increasingly adopt new technology for students, Florida Today reports.
ARTY ATMOSPHERE: Osceola's School for the Arts proves highly successful despite initial doubts, the Orlando Sentinel reports.