Florida education news: School funding, solar energy, school board redistricting and more
MUSICAL CHAIRS: Collier's new superintendent prepares to reorganize her administration and shuffle principals, the Naples Daily News reports.
MOVING AHEAD: USF's College of Pharmacy gets its initial approval to offer courses, the Tampa Bay Business Journal reports.
SOLAR POWER: The Alachua School Board is poised to decide whether to continue a major solar energy project, the Gainesville Sun reports.
JOB PROTECTION: The Palm Beach school district looks to reassign employees into vacancies to avoid major layoffs, the Palm Beach Post reports.
RACIAL DIVIDE: The Orange school district deals with race politics as it redraws its School Board seat boundaries, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SECRET BOOKS: An audit discovers a secret account that funded clothes, baseball tickets and barbecue at Broward's South Plantation High, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
FEE FIGHT: The city of Ocala and the Marion School Board face off over fire fees, the Ocala Star Banner reports.
HEAD START: Hundreds of Brevard elementary students begin class work early in preparation for the school year, Florida Today reports.