Florida education news: Jeb Bush, evolution, cyberbullying and more
ON THE WANE? Criticism rises toward Jeb Bush's education policies, possibly hurting his future political goals. More from Politico.
E-MAIL TRAIL: A teacher's string of e-mails signaled problems with Rodgers Middle School's ESE program long before a student died there.
SCIENCE STANDARDS: A family sues the Palm Beach school district, saying the schools fail to teach evolution, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
CHARTER JITTERS: Tony Bennett's resignation over a charter school grading controversy gets charter backers nervous for the movement's future, the AP reports.
GETTING TOUGHER: Volusia officials prepare stricter policies to deal with cyberbullying that occurs off campus but affects school, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
BUSING BATTLE: Lake parents protest the elimination of courtesy bus rides for children living 2 miles or closer to school, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
BACK TO SCHOOL: Some Alachua teachers tell the Gainesville Sun how they spent their summer vacation.