Florida education news: School bullying, class size rules, Algebra I and more
UNDERREPORTED: School bullying reports fall short of reality in Florida schools.
BIG CHANGES: Efforts to change Florida education law that had fallen flat in past years won approval in the 2011 session.
'WE DID IT': Chandra and Joseph Rodino are among thousands to graduate from USF-St. Petersburg.
ONE FAVOR: The only thing Florida lawmakers did to help public schools was to ease class size restrictions, the Palm Beach Post editorializes.
FAILURE EXPECTED: Collier school officials predict higher failure rates for Algebra I with the implementation of a new state end-of-course exam, the Naples Daily News reports.
17 AND OUT: Aaron Rotenberg began college at 11 and completed his Florida Tech degree at 17, Florida Today reports.
BUDGET CUTS: Monroe sends pink slips to more than 50 teachers, the Keynoter reports.