Florida education news: Value-added evaluations, flipped classrooms, saltwater aquarium and more
NEW MATH: Several Tampa area teachers are upset and surprised when they see their new "value added" ratings. (Florida Today photo)
FLIPPED: With the help of computers and video, some Pasco educators walk away from the lecture model so they can better individualize their teaching.
GET TANKED: St. Leo University gets a 2,100 gallon saltwater aquarium for its new residence hall thanks to a popular Animal Planet show.
HEATED: The debate over Florida's race-based academic goals continues, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
PARTY TIME: A St. Lucie high school that nearly lost its homecoming dance now faces controversy over the party's dress code, the St. Lucie Tribune reports.
FRAUD: A Marion school employee is arrested on charges of defrauding the school system, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.