Florida education news: School board salaries, high school sports, digital textbooks and more
VOLUNTEER WORK: A Florida Senate committee proposes cutting school board members' pay to $100 per meeting.
PREPAID STAYS: An effort to suspend Florida's prepaid college tuition program dies for lack of support.
CUTTING FEES: The Pasco County Commission leans toward slashing school impact fees over the objections of the School Board.
HIGHER ORDER: The questions on this year's FCAT exams will be harder than in past years, the Gainesville Sun reports.
HEALTH BENEFITS: The Manatee School Board looks into opening a district health clinic for employees, the Bradenton Herald reports.
WHO'S NEXT? The Broward School Board launches its new superintendent search, the Miami Herald reports.
BUDGET CONCERNS: Hundreds of Duval residents show up to speak their mind on proposed cuts to athletics and other extracurriculars, the Florida Times-Union reports.
DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS: Florida school districts try to temper legislative proposals to require a move to computerized instructional materials within five years, the News Service of Florida reports.
COUNTING HEADS: Polk elementary schools will require preregistration for next year to help them better prepare for class-size requirements, the Lakeland Ledger reports.