Florida education news: Prepaid tuition, virtual school, aerospace engineering and more
DIG DEEP: Some Florida prepaid tuition plan owners must pay $21,000 to cover a gap in coverage, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
TOO STRESSFUL? Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among college students nationally, and Florida Gulf Coast University has needed to deal with it too, the Naples Daily News reports.
JOINT VENTURE: Four Florida school districts prepare to launch a regional virtual school for their students, the Stuart News reports.
IT'S COMPLICATED: A growing number of Florida parents hire experts to help them make special education laws work for their children, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
LABOR LURE? Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University considers offering a doctorate in aerospace engineering, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
CUT IT BACK: Palm Beach officials look for ways to reduce school transportation expenses, where overtime has been a problem, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Reminder: Hillsborough schools reopen for classes this morning.