Florida education news: Dress code, magnet schools, virtual school and more
FASHION DON'T: Some parents complain about the way some Pasco schools punish students who violate the district dress code.
FOOD AND CLOTHING: Hernando Westside Elementary runs a food pantry and clothes closet for students in need.
ENOUGH ALREADY: The Hillsborough School Board needs to stop bickering and start leading, columnist Sue Carlton writes.
SCHOOL CHOICE: Miami-Dade and Broward school districts get millions in a federal grant to expand their magnet school options, the Miami Herald reports.
HIGH TECH: Colleges in the Daytona Beach area upgrade their classroom technology, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
WHAT'S IN A NAME? An Orlando activist suggests renaming a high school after Roberto Clemente could help with morale, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
COMMON CORE: Opponents of the new standards rally behind a bill in the Florida Legislature to delay implementation, the Herald-Tribune reports.
VIRTUAL EDUCATION: The Board of Governors moves ahead its plan to launch an online university program, State Impact Florida reports.