Florida education news: Music lessons, school ads, education funding and more
MAKING MUSIC: Escambia elementary schools work to keep music classes despite budget woes, the Pensacola News-Journal reports. (Pensacola News-Journal photo)
LACK OF POLITICAL WILL: Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature have failed to meet their constitutional requirement to properly fund education, the Gainesville Sun editorializes.
YOUR NAME HERE: Flagler school district leaders explore selling ads on district property to raise money, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
DON'T BE A BULLY: Polk schools step up efforts to reduce bullying among students, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
FIGHTING BACK? Edison State College trustees prepare for ousted president Ken Walker to challenge his removal, the Naples Daily News reports.
NO SURPRISE: Former FAMU marching band members say they've always been aware of hazing at the school, the Florida Times-Union reports.