Florida education news: Inclusion, evaluations, school security and more
PRAISE: Pinellas superintendent Mike Grego gets positive marks for his efforts to improve student achievement after six months on the job.
INCLUSION: A Hillsborough student with several medical special needs says schools should focus on what students can do and not what they can't do.
CURIOUS: Florida is among a growing number of states adopting new teacher evaluations where nearly all teachers pass, the NY Times reports.
TRADEOFF: Palm Beach school leaders consider ending nighttime campus security to add more officers to schools when kids are there, the Palm Beach Post reports.
RECRUITING: Lake Wales High, a conversion charter school, seeks students from outside its zone to attend, the Ledger reports.
ON THE MOVE: Seminole nears completion of its elementary school boundary revisions, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SMART MOVE: Florida lawmakers' compromises to revamp high school graduation requirements are a positive step, Orlando Sentinel columnist Beth Kassab writes.