Florida education news: Adult education, substitute teachers, space careers and more
CANCELED: The Hernando school district calls off its first foray into adult technical education programs after almost no one enrolls.
TEACH THE CHILDREN: All Duval administrators will be required to instruct classes to improve their relationships with students, the Florida Times-Union reports.
FINAL FRONTIER: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University creates a first of its kind degree program to prepare for a career in space, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
INPUT: Polk School Board members seek opinions on what kind of new superintendent to seek, the Ledger reports.
BUST A MOVE: Gov. Rick Scott dances with children in a Miami-Dade elementary music class, in a Miami Herald video.
ONLINE: A Sarasota high school takes its student newspaper digital, the Herald-Tribune reports.