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Florida education news: Middle school sports, school leadership, accountability and more

PascoC_pasgulf_1531808PAY TO PLAY: Hernando middle school parents should help pay for the costs associated with athletics, the Times editorializes. (Times file photo)

WHAT'S GOING ON? The Sun-Sentinel looks into a series of questions surrounding possible budget cuts in Broward and Palm Beach schools.

LESSON LEARNED: It's about time Florida education leaders came together to collaborate for some of that Race to the Top money, the Orlando Sentinel editorializes.

COSTLY CHANGES: New rules for Florida's Bright Futures scholarship program make it harder for some families to afford higher education, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.

TOO MUCH TURNOVER: Royal Palm Beach High is to get its seventh principal in 12 years, upsetting residents who expect better results, the Palm Beach Post reports.

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: The architect of Palm Beach schools' tough new academic program might be gone, with his plan scaled down, but the initiative he pushed won't just disappear, the Palm Beach Post reports.

[Last modified: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 11:01am]


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