Florida education news: Graduation speeches, charter schools, Common Core and more
STICK TO THE SCRIPT: Some Tampa area graduates spar with their schools over their commencement speeches.
STUDENT SEARCH: A new Pinellas charter school recruits from struggling traditional schools for students.
OUT AGAIN? An Escambia principal could be removed from her school if it gets another F, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
ON BOARD: A woman who lost a bid for Citrus schools superintendent is named to the School Board, the Citrus County Chronicle reports.
HANG TOUGH: Some Florida education leaders say the state should not veer off course in adopting the Common Core, the Florida Times-Union reports.
STAY TO PLAY: The Palm Beach district considers a rule that would ban students from participating in school activities if they don't attend there, the Palm Beach Post reports.