Florida education news: Tuition, principals, Common Core and more
ALL OVER: The Florida Board of Governors approves different tuition increases for the state's universities in an auction-like atmosphere.
MUSICAL CHAIRS: Several Pasco principals and assistant principals get new school assignments.
PLENTY OF BLAME: Armwood High School must take responsibility for the violations that led to its football title being stripped away, the Times editorializes.
ED CHAT: Former governor Jeb Bush talks about choice and accountability in education with national Hispanic leaders.
UPSET: Coral Gables High parents protest the "surplusing" of a popular computer teacher, the Miami Herald reports.
DISAPPOINTED: Edison State College leaders try to remain optimistic as the school gets put on probation by its accrediting agency, the Naples Daily News reports.
TRAINING: Polk teachers prepare to implement the new Common Core standards, the Ledger reports.
EFFICIENT: Marion schools continue to use less electricity even as the district grows, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
REPLACED: An Osceola elementary school gets a new leader after its principal is arrested in an undercover drug operation, the Orlando Sentinel reports.