FAMU AUDIT UPDATE: The state auditor releases his final report on the university's finances, and raises more questions than ever.
SCHOOL GETS IB: Students and teachers at Gulf High had participated in a pre-International Baccalaureate program with hopes of getting the organization's nod to offer the diploma program. Their wish has come true.
FROM THE OP-ED PAGES: University students support higher tuition and fees to improve their schools, and lawmakers should too, the editorial board says.
WORLD-CLASS STANDARDS: The Florida House moves ahead with a bill to overhaul state education standards, but the proposal's future remains uncertain in the Senate, the Palm Beach Post reports.
DIGITAL DIVIDE: Parents at a St. Johns County elementary school complain about a new policy that would put third-, fourth- and fifth-graders with their own laptop computers into separate classes from those kids who have to use school-issued ones, the Florida Times-Union reports.
JUST SAY NO ... TO CHIPS AND CHOCOLATES: The Institute of Medicine urges Congress to ban junk food and sugary drinks from schools, the Washington Post reports. Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa, a lead sponsor of a bill toward that end, calls the ideas "just common sense."