Florida education news: Bonuses, textbooks, second jobs and more
BONUSES: The average age of teachers qualifying for Florida's Best and Brightest bonus was 37, the Palm Beach Post reports.
LUNCH LINE: A national debate ensues over a Tampa school's decision to make poor behaving students go to the end of the cafeteria line, the Oklahoman reports.
TEXTBOOKS: Florida lawmakers look at possible changes to school textbook adoption and purchasing procedures, the Naples Daily News reports.
AEROSPACE: Brevard schools and Kennedy Space Center team up to create "space school" for local fifth graders, Florida Today reports.
HANDS-ON: South Florida museums offer children science and arts programs, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
SECURITY: The FBI investigate a man who was taking photographs outside a Lake high school, the Daily Commercial reports.
MOONLIGHTING: Many Volusia teachers have second jobs, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
FREE MEALS: Several south Florida schools offer breakfast to all students, the Sun-Sentinel reports.