Florida education news: Budgets, teaching jobs, Zika and more
BUDGETS: It's wait and see whether Hillsborough school district leaders will publicly talk about their spending plans and priorities amid recommendations for cuts. * Lake School Board members say their proposed budget does not meet the needs of students and teachers, the Daily Commercial reports.
STILL HIRING: Area school districts grapple with pay and other issues as they try to fill teacher vacancies, ABC Action News reports.
ZIKA: South Florida schools react to the rise of the mosquito borne virus, WLRN reports.
SUPERINTENDENTS: The Lake School Board begins looking for its next superintendent, the Daily Commercial reports.
TECHNOLOGY: All Escambia high school students will use Chromebooks in classes, the Pensacola News Journal reports.