Florida education news: Class size, school pranks, bullying and more
CLASS SIZE: A rapid rise in Florida schools seeking to avoid class size rules through a legal loophole sparks lawmakers to consider rule changes.
SCHOOL PRANK? Hillsborough officials investigate why a dead deer was hanging from the flag pole at Brandon High.
NEW SCHOOL: A small group of parents supports a controversial new high school site in Lee County, the Naples Daily News reports. * Lake Alfred officials approve parking plans for a future high school, the Ledger reports.
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION: The Lee district adds GPS and other communication technology to its school buses, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
REORGANIZATION: Duval's proposed school zone restructuring could cost the district millions, the Florida Times-Union reports.
BRANDING: THe Orange school district will add a communication chief to oversee marketing, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
DISCIPLINE: Two Escambia high school students fight accusations of pulling another boy's pants down, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
BULLYING: Some Sarasota students learn how to combat bullying in school, the Herald-Tribune reports.