Florida education news: Student-athletes, school choice, attendance zones and more
SMART MOVE: USF did well by its student-athletes to give them laptops with wireless access to boost their academic success, the Times editorializes.
STIMULUS FUNDS: Treasure Coast schools received more than $60 million in the federal program, the Vero Beach News-Journal reports.
COME BACK: Royal Palm High in Palm Beach seeks ways to keep local students from using school choice to go elsewhere, the Palm Beach Post reports.
GOING GREEN: St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Manatee emphasizes the environment with its new campus, which Compose New Post - The Gradebook | School news from Tampa Bay, Florida | TypePadopens in January, the Bradenton Herald reports.
BATTLE BREWING: Collier parents prepare to fight proposed attendance zone changes, the Naples Daily News reports.
FINED: UF pays $175,000 to settle a federal pollution case, the Florida Times-Union reports.