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Florida education news: Special education, Kindles, graduation rates and more



imgres.jpegCONSISTENCY: A working group recommends Hillsborough schools better train all employees who work with students with special needs. 

SUSPENDED: A Hernando aide for special needs students is suspended for slapping a student's hand.

UNLICENSED: An uncertified boarding school continues to serve boys despite warnings from the Florida Department of Children and Families over unacceptable practices.

INCENTIVES: A central Florida fraternity hands out Kindles to students at Orlando's Evans High School for FCAT performance, WKMG-TV reports.

ON THE RISE: Florida's high school graduation rate jumps, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

MAKING MONEY: A Broward student transportation supervisor pulled in $41,000 in bonuses even as the district had major school busing issues, the Miami Herald reports.

ON THE MOVE: A Palm Beach charter school has trouble staying in one location, the Palm Beach Post reports.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: Flagler students learn about conservation in parks and natural areas, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

LABOR NEWS: Okaloosa teachers tentatively agree to 3 percent raises, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.

ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVE: The Bay school district debuts new a employee health center, the Panama City News Herald reports.

REZONING: Committees prepare to draw new attendance boundaries for Seminole elementary schools, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

[Last modified: Saturday, December 1, 2012 6:30am]


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