Florida education news: Instagram, dorm rooms, boys' school and more
SCHOOL IN PICTURES: Individual Pasco schools take over the district Instagram site for a week at a time as the district boosts its social media efforts.
COSTLY HOUSING: Florida university dorm rates exceed the national average, overshadowing for some students the state's low tuition, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
ATTACK FROM THE LEFT: Liberal forces join the anti-Common Core movement often associated with tea party conservatives, the Miami Herald reports. • The Common Core is nothing new for many St. Johns teachers, the St. Augustine Record reports.
FEW DETAILS: St. Johns superintendent Joe Joyner says he expects the governor's education summit to be broad and not deep, the St. Augustine Record reports.
REINSTATEMENT? An administrative law judge says a demoted Duval principal deserves her job back, but the superintendent disagrees, the Florida Times-Union reports.
FOR THE BOYS: A Manatee charter school for boys debuts to positive reviews and support, the Bradenton Herald reports.
FUNDRAISERS: Florida Polytechnic University aims to raise $9 million to help attract students, the Ledger reports.
TAX TIME: Volusia district leaders explore whether to ask voters for local tax increases to support district operations and construction, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.