Florida education news: Dual enrollment, online courses, tenure and more
BIG CHANGES: Pasco schools begin a sometimes painful transformation in 2013 that continues into the new year.
DUAL ENROLLMENT: Revisions to Florida's dual enrollment funding model face reconsideration in the 2014 legislative session, the Florida Times-Union reports.
ONLINE LESSONS: Small private Florida colleges worry about virtual courses overtaking face-to-face instruction, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
TENURE: Florida college professors sweat a recent court ruling that upholds changes on how they earn continuing contracts, Inside Higher Education reports.
SUSPENDED: The Volusia School Board attorney is suspended by the Florida Bar, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
POLITICS: A community member of Monroe's audit and finance committee calls for the removal of the panel's chairman, the Keynoter reports.