Florida education news: Al Lawson, standards, retaliation and more
PRESIDENTIAL: As expected, former state legislator Al Lawson has joined the ranks of candidates seeking the presidency at FAMU.
TOUGH STANDARDS: Some worry that the Common Core State Standards will be tougher for English language learners, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
RETALIATION: An opponent to a new campus for Palm Beach State College claims he's being cited for noise violations in retaliation, the Palm Beach Post reports. (Subscriber content.)
PRINCIPALS: Broward County Schools has both a principal and an assistant principal in the running for principal of the year and assistant principal of the year, the Miami Herald reports.
SCHOOL SHOP: A Lake County school has a shop on its campus where social workers can shop for students, the Orlando Sentinel reports.