Florida education news: School vouchers, drug company fees, Rick Scott's parade and more
THEY'RE BACK: Off the radar for a few years, school vouchers return to the education policy agenda in Florida, Nevada, Wisconsin and other states, Stateline.org reports.
NOT SO BAD: Brevard's enrollment decline is much less steep than initially expected, Florida Today reports.
ON THE PAYROLL? More than a dozen University of Miami doctors fail to properly report income from drug companies, the Miami Herald reports.
A BIG EXPENSE: The Collier district will dole out about $100,000 to send five marching bands to Gov.-elect Rick Scott's inauguration parade, the Naples Daily News reports.
GOING, GOING ... An assistant baseball coach for Manatee High faces dismissal after his arrest on drug trafficking charges (not to students), the Herald-Tribune reports.