Florida education news: Cyber security, testing, missing meals and more
CYBER SECURITY: The University of South Florida looks to launch a new IT training center.
TESTING: Florida education leaders look into new student assessments as Common Core takes hold, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.
FIX IT: Flagler Technical Institute needs a major renovation, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
STRONG START: A year into his tenure, Duval superintendent Nikolai Vitti has his community's respect, the Florida Times-Union reports.
FREE FOOD: Two Escambia schools are under scrutiny for taking federal funds for meals never served to students, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
PROGRAM CUT: The University of Florida could stop offering its doctorate in economics, the Gainesville Sun reports.
COMPUTER WORK: A Brevard middle school offers students a coding club, Florida Today reports.
COMMUNICATION: The Monroe district considers hiring a public information officer, the Keynoter reports.
RAISES: Marion teachers have yet to negotiate their state-funded raises, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.