Florida education news: Germs, evaluations, home schooling and more
BE HEALTHY: Students at Highland Lakes Elementary School get a lesson in germs.
NOT WORKING: Many Florida teachers find their annual evaluations are still based on students they haven't taught, the Miami Herald reports.
HOME SCHOOLING: Florida's laws on home schooling attract many families but still cause confusion, WFSU reports.
DUMP IT: Thousands of dollars' worth of cafeteria food is spoiled when burglars ransack an Orange County school, the UPI reports.
HANDWRITING: Not all Jacksonville area schools teach cursive anymore, the Florida Times-Union reports.
MORE OFFICIALS: The Lee School Board seeks to add more members to its ranks, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
ACCELERATION: Duval high schools look to expand their advanced course offerings, the Florida Times-Union reports.