Florida education news: School fund raisers, university tuition, school construction and more
UP ON THE ROOF: Lake Myrtle Elementary principal Jason Petry spends his day working on the roof after the school meets its no-sales fund raising goal. (Times photo, Stephen Coddington)
FLUSHED AWAY: A USF professor gets a grant to study how to convert human waste into nutrients, energy and water.
KNOW THE LIMITS: Online education should be a component of, and not a replacement for, traditional education in Florida, the Times editorializes.
PICKING A PRESIDENT: Edison State College trustees plan to select an interim president on Saturday, the Naples Daily News reports.
CHEM LAB CLOSED: The University of Florida has suspended chemistry work in a lab where graduate students were injured by explosions, the Gainesville Sun reports.
Visit the Gradebook at noon for an interview with Florida secretary of state Kurt Browning.