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Florida education news: Class size, school zones, impact fees and more



CLASS SIZE: A state investigation finds the Pinellas school district violated class size laws.

SCHOOL ZONES: The Pasco School Board tentatively approves new boundaries for some Wesley Chapel area elementary schools despite parent complaints.

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS: AMI Kids Pasco faces closure unless if can improve its performance.

CAREERS: Students at Hernando Nature Coast Technical learn about production programs.

GROWTH: A consultant recommends doubling Pasco County's school impact fees.

SPORTS: The Florida House forges ahead with a bill to overhaul high school athletics governance.

LEADERSHIP: The full-time faculty at State College Florida votes no confidence in its Board of Trustees, the Bradenton Herald reports.

TAXES: A poll of Duval residents indicates support for increased local school taxes, the Florida Times-Union reports.

TEACHERS: The Collier school district struggles to find enough substitute teachers, the Naples Daily News reports.

[Last modified: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 7:03am]


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