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Florida education news: Tuition, FCAT results, charter schools and more



Tuition PAY UP: Tuition for Florida's universities will rise 15 percent this fall.

THE SCORES ARE IN THE MAIL: Treasure Coast school districts explore just how much it will cost to deliver late FCAT results to families, the Stuart News reports.

LET'S MAKE A DEAL: Collier school officials wants to sell some land to Marco Island, but only for the right price, the Naples Daily News reports.

SENIORITY FIRST: Broward's teachers union ranks seniority over student achievement in deciding who should be laid off, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

CONSIDER IT WARNED: The Brevard school district warns a Palm Bay charter school to have a better attitude toward its finances, Florida Today reports.

ON BOARD: Orange superintendent Ron Blocker says he'll cooperate with a state investigation into the district's construction division, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

YOU'RE IN: The University of North Florida guarantees admission to all qualified St. Johns River Community College degree recipients, the St. Augustine Record reports.

[Last modified: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 10:08am]


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