Florida education news: NAEP results, student attendance, school uniforms and more
SCORES STALL: After years of progress, Florida's NAEP results plateau. (Times file photo)
ATTENDANCE WOES: Pasco schools try to tackle the problem of students who miss too much school.
NEW ZONES: Pinellas reveals proposed new elementary school boundaries that would move hundreds of students to different schools.
REJECTED: The Pasco School Board denies two local charter school applications.
UNDER STRESS: A Pasco teacher once targeted for firing after she attempted suicide in school is on leave after trying to hurt herself in school again.
HUGE UNDERTAKING: Polk teachers and district officials work out the details of new evaluations, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
READY FOR REAL LIFE: Clay launches an after-school program to help students with disabilities learn real-life skills, the Florida Times-Union reports.
CLOSED: The Duval School Board shuts down a small specialty school to save money, the Florida Times-Union reports.
INTERIM LEADER: Palm Beach nears selection of a caretaker superintendent, the Palm Beach Post reports.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Florida's universities turn their attention to business recruitment as their funding might depend on it, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
BUILDING BATTLE: The city of Valparaiso and the Okaloosa school district disagree over how to use a shuttered elementary school in the city, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
UNIFORM RESPONSE: Flagler parents say they like the idea of school uniforms, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.