Florida education news: School grades, FCAT, summer semester and more
NO WORRIES: Florida education commissioner Gerard Robinson pens a letter to parents saying lower school grades don't mean their children aren't learning, the AP reports. (You can read the letter here.)
LOG IN: The Palm Beach school district for the first time gives parents online access to their children's FCAT and other test results, the Palm Beach Post reports.
NO BIG DEAL: Few residents attend town hall meetings to give input on desired traits for Duval's next superintedent, the Florida Times-Union reports.
STRONG MARKS: Lee superintendent Joseph Burke makes a positive mark on his school system after a year on the job, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
CONFUSION: State Rep. Kelli Stargel tries to iron out some differing interpretations of her bill on student-athlete transfers, the Ledger reports.
HEAD START: New freshmen enter UF in the summer to get a jump on required courses and to get to know the campus, the Gainesville Sun reports.