Florida education news: Campus security, movies, public records and more
S.O.S.: The University of Florida uses a new smart phone app that lets students call campus security with a tap, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
PASS THE POPCORN: Some Miami-Dade high school students watch movies when not taking FCAT tests, as their classrooms are taken over, the Miami Herald reports.
PUBLIC RECORDS: A Brevard parent wants to see the district's analysis of which schools it might close, but the district says it does not have any records, Florida Today reports.
EAT YOUR GREENS: Braden River High School debuts a salad bar using vegetables from its horticulture program, the Bradenton Herald reports.
SPECIAL EDUCATION: Flagler County students with special needs show higher achievement in math than reading, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
NEXT TEST: Florida prepares to use new statewide assessments after the end of this year's FCAT administration, the Gainesville Sun reports.