Florida education news: Credit ratings, campaign contributions, health clinics and more
SPENDING: Wall Street credit rating agencies are encouraged by the end of deficit spending in Hillsborough County schools.
CAMPAIGN COFFERS: Charter school interests fill the campaign account of Hillsborough School Board member Susan Valdes.
BENEFITS: The Brevard School Board will consider opening three on-site employee health clinics, Florida Today reports.
SUPERINTENDENTS: The Volusia School Board gives top marks to its superintendent after a year on the job, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports. * The Pittsburgh School Board calls for an inquiry into the resume of a Palm Beach educator it recently hired to lead the district, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
HE'S BACK: Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush returns to his education reform advocacy ways, WLRN reports.
GENDER ISSUES: Duval's superintendent will investigate claims of mistreatment by transgender students, the Florida Times-Union reports.
VANDALISM: The Lee Sheriff's Office seeks suspects in a high school vandalism case, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.