Florida education news: Teacher transfers, prekindergarten standards, tasers and more
TIME TO GO: Struggling Pinellas schools get rid of teachers who are considered unsatisfactory. (Times photo, Dirk Shadd)
DOLLAR DIVERSION: Florida school districts grapple with money woes after using stimulus money intended for reform measures to balance their budgets, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting reports.
RATING REVISION: The State Board of Education is expected to change the way Voluntary Prekindergarten providers are labeled, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
BE WELL: The Brevard school district wins recognition for encouraging healthy habits in students and staff, Florida Today reports.
NOT A 'FUN POOL': Party planners may not rent out the new swimming pool at Boca Raton High, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
DON'T TASE ME, BRO: Flagler school resource officers might begin carrying tasers, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.