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Florida education news: Penny for Pasco, FAMU hazing, school advertising and more

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imgres.jpegTIME TO RENEW? Polls show overwhelming support for another round of the Penny for Pasco, which paid for several new schools. 

NO SURPRISE: Parents urged FAMU officials for years to tackle hazing problems at the school, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

NO CONTACT: The seven students accused of beating a girl on a Marion school bus are given home detention while awaiting further legal action, the Gainesville Sun reports.

THINK SMALL: New College opens a nanotechnology lab, the Herald-Tribune reports.

SHOW THEM THE MONEY: Okaloosa school district officials say paying higher salaries isn't as easy as the teachers union says, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.

YOUR NAME HERE: Flagler schools have yet to see large interest in ads on school property, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

'RECIPE FOR FAILURE': Treasure Coast high schools look to improve their state grades while facing higher standards and less money, the Stuart News reports.

HANDS OFF: A Marion teacher is arrested on allegations that he punched a fifth-grade student in the face, the Ocala Star Banner reports.

[Last modified: Sunday, January 8, 2012 7:50am]

    

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