Florida education news: School lunches, FAFSA forms, hypnosis and more
TASTE TEST: Hillsborough students sample possible new meals for their school cafeterias. (Times photo, Lara Cerri)
FILL OUT THE FORM: Florida university students must complete a federal financial aid form or lose out on aid.
CLOSING THE GAP: Pasco migrant students get extra academic support in a 10-day summer program.
LICENSE LOST: The state revokes a former Hernando high school teacher's certificate over his relationship with a female student.
MUCH TO DO: Retiring Broward superintendent Jim Notter leaves a laundry list of unfinished initiatives for his successor, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
SHORT RESUME: The leading firm to oversee Duval's turnaround project for four schools has limited experience, the Florida Times-Union reports.
NO MORE TENURE: Florida teachers hired beginning Friday no longer can get continuing contracts, the Stuart News reports.
FURLOUGH FIGHT: Polk teachers try to ward off furloughs as the School Board ponders its options, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
HYPNOSIS HYPE: The principal of a Sarasota high school faces trouble, but not necessarily prosecution, for his use of hypnosis at school, the Herald-Tribune reports.
OH, BEHAVE: UF researchers will study ways to reduce bad behavior in preschool and middle school students, the Gainesville Sun reports.
TOP DISTRICT: St. Johns officials boast the top rating in Florida's school grading system for a third year, the St. Augustine Record reports. The full results are to be made public this morning.