Florida education news: Legislative roundup, aerospace, behavior and more
REGIONAL APPROACH: Pasco schools win $1.5 million to create a regional aeronautics training and internship program.
OVER-IDENTIFICATION: Manatee schools plan to eliminate parent liaisons, who have tagged a disproportionate level of black males as having behavior disorders, the Bradenton Herald reports.
EXTENSION: The state grants Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton schools two extra days to complete testing, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
LABOR NEWS: The Monroe School Board prepares to impose a one-year contract on employees after failure to negotiate terms, the Keynoter reports.
HIGH STAKES: SAT revisions won't make students any less nervous, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
CONSTRUCTION CONCERNS: Leon officials examine their use of construction managers after an audit criticizes the process, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.