Florida education news: Administrators, computers, diversity and more
SHAKEUP: Pinellas schools superintendent Mike Grego reassigns several administrators and principals to new posts.
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY: Holmes Elementary School in Liberty City joins the "one laptop per child" project, State Impact Florida reports.
TOO FAST: At least one Lee School Board member is upset with the district's speedy approach to picking a new superintendent, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
STRONG MESSAGE: The principal of Palm Beach Wellington High offers an important message about inclusion and diversity in his graduation speech, Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino writes.
HELPING HAND: The Ledger profiles a high school assistant principal with a passion for helping youth in school and out.