Florida education news: Prepaid tuition, school closing, contract terms and more
DEADLINE APPROACHES: Florida parents have until Tuesday to purchase a new Florida prepaid tuition plan, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
TOUGH PATH: Florida lawmakers face many conflicts of interest in pursuing higher education reform, the Miami Herald reports.
BEHIND THE VOTE: Brevard School Board members explain their rationale in closing an elementary school, Florida Today reports.
NEW LAWYERS: Northwest Florida State College looks for different legal representation for the first time in 30 years, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
TALKING TERMS: The Palm Beach School Board considers contract terms for its next superintendent, including different buyout and termination provisions than ousted Art Johnson had, the Palm Beach Post reports.
OUSTED, NOW ARRESTED: A former Duval high school principal is arrested for lying to police about thefts at his school, the Florida Times-Union reports.