Florida education news: Remedial courses, college graduates, school boundaries and more
BEEFED UP: Hillsborough schools will add police presence Monday as a safety precaution. (Times file photo)
REMEDIATION: Older returning students require added review work before entering credit-bearing courses in Florida colleges, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting reports.
RECORD GROWTH: Indian River State College sees its number of graduates triple in nine years, the Vero Beach Press-Journal reports.
NEXT UP: State College of Florida prepares to select an interim president, the Bradenton Herald reports.
AT ODDS: A committee trying to redraw Seminole elementary school boundaries struggles to create demographic equity among the schools, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
WHAT'S ABUSE? Florida schools grapple with how to handle new laws defining juvenile sexual abuse, the Herald-Tribune reports.