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Education news and notes from Tampa Bay and Florida

Florida education news: Final exams, property taxes, K-8 schools and more

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August

TESTING: Florida Virtual School ends its requirement that students pass final exams to earn credits, prompting questions from Pasco district leaders.

TAXES: Pinellas School Board candidate Beverly Billiris is delinquent in paying her property taxes.

FALLING BEHIND: The Hernando school district delays the opening of a new program to help struggling middle school students.

STAY TOGETHER: Miami-Dade increasingly moves to combination K-8 schools with positive results, the Miami Herald reports.

FREE SNACKS: The Flagler School Board examines offering free meals to children in after-school programs, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.

EARLY START: Nassau schools begin classes on Wednesday, one of the earliest in Florida, the Florida Times-Union reports.

[Last modified: Monday, August 4, 2014 7:20am]

    

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