Florida education news: Teacher evaluations, school bus service, college tuition and more
VISIONS OF DOLLAR SIGNS: Pasco School Board members worry that new state mandated teacher and principal evaluations will cost too much.
HIDDEN JEWEL: Eckerd College earns a deserved national reputation, the Times editorializes.
PRIME TARGET: Gov. Rick Scott is right to look into possible vetoes of higher education projects in the state budget, the Times editorializes.
TAKING THEIR TIME: The Palm Beach School Board plans a year to conduct a national superintendent search, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
BUDGET CUTS: Marion looks into privatizing school bus service to save $2 million, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
PARTNERS: Some Polk International Baccalaureate students mentor a group of third graders in reading and leadership, the Lakeland Ledger reports.
NO SHARING: Key West city officials reject the idea of sharing a school for use as city hall, the Keynoter reports.
HOW MUCH? University of West Florida officials consider tuition increases, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.