Florida education news: Prepaid college tuition, late test results, school class size rules and more
OPEN MINDED: A Springstead High teacher gives her students insights into the world, regardless of complaints from one resident, columnist Dan DeWitt writes.
LATE AGAIN: Results for Florida's new algebra end-of-course exams are expected to be delivered after many districts end their school year, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
CAN'T GET IN: Above-average Florida high school students with B averages find access to the state's public universities limited, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
CLASS SIZE LIMITS: A bill to ease Florida's class size rules easily passes its first Senate committee stop, the AP reports.
RESTORE THE TRUST: The Florida Department of Education will send its investigator general to Broward on Monday, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
TELL THE LAWMAKERS: Manatee school officials keep drumming the message about school finances in Tallahassee, hoping someone will listen, the Bradenton Herald reports.
WHERE'S THE SNITCH? Some Collier middle school students form a quidditch club, the Naples Daily News reports.
LABOR NEWS: The Walton teachers association reaches a tentative contract deal, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
SETTLED: The Flagler school district reaches an agreement with a gay student who sued because he was harassed in school, the St. Augustine Record reports.