Florida education news: Bonuses, evolution, report cards and more
BONUSES: The Florida Education Association files a federal challenge to the state's Best and Brightest program.
CONSTRUCTION: A contractor is chosen to build a new $75 million high school in Osceola, the Orlando Business Journal reports.
REWARDS: Sixth graders at a Collier middle school get blankets for their good behavior, the Naples Daily News reports.
DISCIPLINE: A video of unruly students in a supervised Duval classroom raises concerns, the Florida Times-Union reports.
ON STAFF: A Marion charter school principal accused of stealing from the school remains in charge for now, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
REPORT CARDS: Seminole middle schools will return to their former 100-point grading system after a new 4-poinit scale confused students and parents, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
BACK TO SCHOOL: Sarasota parents and teachers are at odds over when to return to classes next fall, the Herald-Tribune reports.