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Florida education news: School attendance zones, sex education, FCAT and more



davis.jpegTOP TEACHER: Cassandra Davis of Seffner Elementary School wins Hillsborough County's Diversity Educator Award. (Times photo, Edmund D. Fountain)

REZONING: Pinellas school officials announce another round of attendance boundary changes, with more to come.

GRIEVING: Pasco Sunlake High School copes with a second student death in less than a month.

TOP OF THE CLASS: Parrott Middle's history fair is more than dates, factsHernando Students celebrate Catholic schools week 

SEX ED: Manatee schools launch a new program aimed at reducing the number of girls who get pregnant, the Herald-Tribune reports. More from the Bradenton Herald.

UNDER PRESSURE: Polk teachers feel the heat to perform as the FCAT nears, the Lakeland Ledger reports.

TWO MORE WEEKS: The Palm Beach School Board sets a date to decide whether to fire superintendent Art Johnson, the Sun-Sentinel reports. More from the Palm Beach Post.

NEW RULES: The Collier school district can't start classes early for 2011-12 after the state changes the definition of high performing districts, the Naples Daily News reports.

[Last modified: Thursday, February 3, 2011 5:56am]


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