Florida education news: School bells, prepaid tuition, class size and more
BIG MONEY: The Hernando school district expects to save about $1 million by changing its bell times.
DON' TREAD ON THEM: A growing number of families in Florida and around the country are suing their school districts over bullying incidents, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
OVER THE CAP: Okaloosa schools have been out of class-size compliance ever since meeting the standard for the October count, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
NOT INTERESTED: Many of Gov. Rick Scott's education ideas don't impress local school officials, Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell writes.
DATING ABUSE: Florida schools add counseling about dating do's and don'ts to their list of requirements, the Herald-Tribune reports.
BACK TO SCHOOL: Daytona Beach area colleges see an influx of older students seeking new skills, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.