Florida education news: School turnaround, college remediation, bullying laws and more
NEW PHILOSOPHY: Joe Clifford brings his creative style to struggling Hernando Central High and aims to turn the school around. (Times photo, Will Vragovic)
NEW LOOK: Fivay High School, Pasco County's newest, improves upon past designs.
TIME TO GO: Tarpon High's yearbook adviser calls it a career after 31 years.
RESET THE CLOCKS: The Hernando School Board should change school start times to avoid employee layoffs, the Times editorializes.
NOT GOOD ENOUGH: Duval high schools graduate too many seniors who require remedial work at college, the Florida Times-Union reports.
SPREADING IT AROUND: Top high school students face big loans as colleges give smaller scholarships to more applicants, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
NO MORE CASH: A federal plan to protect teacher jobs dies in Congress, the Miami Herald reports.
A TALE OF TWO SCHOOLS: Two Duval high schools separated by 30 miles and stark economic differences highlight the challenges of education, the Florida Times-Union reports.
WHAT'S A BULLY? A St. Lucie family seeks to clarify Florida bullying laws after their daughter commits suicide following what they say was bullying at school, the Palm Beach Post reports.