Florida education news: Tony Dungy, ESOL testing, Sierra Club sues UF and more
GET INVOLVED: Former Bucs coach Tony Dungy announces a new program aimed at getting parents more involved in their children's education. (Times photo, Cherie Diez)
STEPPING UP: Boys at Hillsborough's new single-gender magnet Franklin Middle get used to the new way of doing business.
TOO HARSH: An administrative law judge overrules Hernando's firing of an employee who damaged equipment and then lied about it.
BAD TIMING: Some Palm Beach educators criticize the placement of an important ESOL test right before the annual FCAT administration, the Palm Beach Post reports.
CRACKING DOWN: Palm Beach officials seek public input before tightening rules on families that lie about addresses to attend certain schools, the Palm Beach Post reports.
HAND IT OVER: The Sierra Club sues the University of Florida over public records that the group says might explain conflicting advice over fertilizer use, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SMALL VICTORY: Martin students win permission to use their electronic devices before and after school, the Stuart News reports.