Florida education news: Teacher evaluations, university tuition, charter schools and more
OOPS: The Florida Department of Education releases incorrect information on teacher evaluations, withdraws it and plans to try again. More from the Florida Times-Union, Ocala Star-Banner, Gainesville Sun.
LET'S MAKE A DEAL: Florida university presidents say they won't raise tuition if the state will increase higher education funding.
TOGETHER: Chocachatti Elementary students build teams while building bridges in a STEM exercise.
BIG BUSINESS: Charter schools boom in southwest Florida, the Naples Florida Weekly reports.
DREAM? A Miami Republican lawmaker files a bill that would give in-state tuition to the children of resident illegal immigrants, the Herald-Tribune reports.
LOOKING: A citizens group begins the search for a new Manatee schools superintendent, the Bradenton Herald reports.
HELP AVAILABLE: The Palm Beach school district looks for homeless students to let them know about federal assistance they might use, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
NEW LINES: The Palm Beach district holds off on rezoning a school's attendance boundaries amid accusations of children attending illegally, the Palm Beach Post reports. • Seminole tries to balance parent and district needs in creating new attendance zones for several elementary schools, the Orlando Sentinel reports.