Florida education news: Charter schools, technology, teacher evaluations and more
POPULAR CHOICE: Enrollment in Pinellas charter schools rises as traditional schools remain flat.
FEELING THE SQUEEZE: Southwest Florida school districts cannot fund all their technology needs, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
EXTRA EXPERTISE: A team of volunteer executives will advise Brevard's superintendent on ways to improve district operations, Florida Today reports.
FOLLOWING FLORIDA: Tennessee moves closer to Florida's controversial teacher pay and evaluation system, the Tennessean reports.
UNIFORM EXCELLENCE: Every Palm Beach teacher gets an evaluation of effective or better, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
REVOLVING DOOR: A Monroe charter school gets its seventh principal in two years, the Keynoter reports.
WORKING OVERTIME: Manatee and Sarasota school districts take different approaches to employee overtime, the Herald-Tribune reports.
CRAFTING A COMPROMISE: Treasure Coast school districts and community colleges seek resolution to a dual enrollment funding change, the Stuart News reports.