Florida education news: Sick leave payouts, bank branches, school attendance zones and more
GOLDEN PARACHUTES: Some Florida leaders question whether school districts should make big payouts of unused sick and vacation time to departing employees.
SEEKING GREENER PASTURES: Polk school teachers depart in droves looking for jobs elsewhere, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
NARROWING THE FIELD: The Broward School Board plans to pick finalists for its superintendency, the Miami Herald reports.
BANKING ON IT: A Duval high school allows a bank to open a branch on campus to teach financial literacy, the Florida Times-Union reports.
DRAWING ON DIVERSITY: Some Palm Beach School Board members say race and socioeconomics should play a bigger part in setting school attendance zones, the Palm Beach Post reports.
LABOR NEWS: Okaloosa teachers file a complaint against their School Board over step increases, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.